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T H E H E A D S C A R F
Start with a scarf you love, either square or rectangular. If it's new, give it a gentle wash to soften it up. Avoid chiffon and silk, they work but tend to slip around. Mine is from Block Shop Textiles.
First of all...
If it's a massive rectangle, fold it in half lengthwise. If using a square, skip this step.
Fold it into a triangle. If folding a rectangle, it won't be perfect. Get it the best you can, like so. S'okay. No worries.
Place the long edge on your forehead, folding back a few inches of the fabric. You want the pointy bit hanging down in the back to hit the nape of your neck.
Wrap the ends around the back of your head pulling them around to meet again at the front....
Tie in a knot. Tuck in the ends as well as any stray bits sticking out on the back or sides. Tuck your hair too if you like. Tucking is, you see, key.
wear with everything ever.
"Vain trifles as they seem, clothes have, they say, more important offices than to merely keep us warm. They change our view of the world and the world's view of us."
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