this is the last post from the carré saga! it was fun to incorporate the silk scarf to my closet,
and build my outfits from it, exploring the different vibes each way took the look to.
one of the basics is the cowboy neck double-wrap, love how the bow ties as the cherry on top…
i don't know how about you, but i feel that without it, the look would be dull;
in a non-minimalistic way, but in a boring, what made you think that was a cool outfit.
the way the carré fits the inside of the vest's [could be a blazer] neckline is perfect for transitioning…
Hermès carré worn as the COWBOY knot [by the way, download the app, it's amazing!]
FUROSHIKI!!! this is what the carré knotting is all about!!!
you don't have to only wear the scarf on your body, but there is a huge utilitarian purpose a square
piece of fabric can do for you… the art of furoshiki is basically wrapping objects in tissue to carry it.
the print on the bag can tie around your look and bring that casualness to it, and a pop of print…
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i will share with you 3 more ways to knot the carré to make a bag!!!
i loved how the vest had raw edges and i have been searching high-and-low for the perfect distressed jeans
that was until i saw Tiffany D's video!!! i grabbed my trusty old jeans and went all for it!!!
loved the result! i may have gone cray because two more jeans were my victims last night…
[MAC Royal Wink fluidline and Russian Red lipstick + Hermès carré in Boucles et Galons du Tsar + Bershka vest dress + Dior 999 vernis + Pull and bear dress and jeans + PRADA flatform brogues + Maison Martin Margiela oversized sandals]