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The Countryside Lady: Different Ways to Tie Your Scarf

Pictured: Clare Haggas Hold Your Horses Narrow Silk Scarf.

Today for the Queen’s (Unofficial) Birthday we wanted to celebrate one of her most iconic looks, the silk head scarf. This leading lady is the epitome of the countryside class, and when riding horses or stalking deer, she is always seen with an elegantly tied headscarf. This not only keeps her hair immaculate, but it also adds a special flair to her country outfit.

 

With our beautiful silk scarfs from Clare Haggas, we want to take inspiration from the Queen and some tips from the beautiful fashion influencer Wendy Nguyen for some different ways to wear your gorgeous silk scarfs.

 

Pictured: Clare Haggas Hold Your Horses Classic Silk Scarf

The Signature Royal Head Tie

This classic style has you drape the silk across your hair and tie it in place with a secure knot under your chin. This iconic look will give a royal flair when out and about in the countryside.

 

Pictured: Clare Haggas Hold Your Horses Classic Silk Scarf

The Bunny Ear Tie

When looping your scarf round and then tying a small knot to the side, you get the very adorably named bunny knot. This style will keep your scarf out of the way when doing outdoor activities while still looking effortlessly glamorous.

 

Pictured: Clare Haggas Hold Your Horses Silk Square Scarf

The Classic Wrap

When you have a gorgeous statement scarf, sometimes you must show it in all its glory. Just simply wrap the silk around you for some easy stunning style.

 

Pictured: Clare Haggas Hold Your Horses Silk Square Scarf

The Waterfall Tie

Want to show off your stunning Clare Haggas scarf but also want to keep your hands free? Look no further than the waterfall tie. Loop your scarf and then tuck the top corner of a loop end to the silk around the neck on the opposite side, this allows for a drape that shows of more of the artistic design.

 

Tip: Watch Wendy’s full video where she shows you 25 ways to tie a silk scarf.

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