THE PASHMINA SCARF ~ Thread Ethic | Modest Fashion

Tuesday, February 28, 2012


How do you tie a pashmina scarf? There are so many different ways that there is really no wrong way. Honestly, (and we know everyone says this) when we were touring in Paris we were really inspired by the imaginative and sophisticated ways Parisian women tied their scarves. So we went home and experimented. Now we just twist and tie away until we feel it looks good and finished. Generally, we found that we love our scarves to be pretty full and cozy. We don't know about you, but it makes us feel like we're wrapped up in a blanket. Scarves are and will always be a staple for colder weather, so they're definitely one of the layering pieces you don't want to leave home without.You can also check out others who can't leave home without them... Katherine Heigel here and Anna Wintour here. This look for us is really an everyday, casual one playing with hues of brown paired with navy and grey. Vintage navy blazer, Zara messenger clutch and sweater, and Nordstrom boots. 


  1. Absolutely beautiful. I love how you've tied the scarf!

  2. I wear a long, snuggly scarf almost every single day, regardless of the season. In winter it's to keep warm, and my overly-air conditioned office requires a scarf to stay comfortable in the summers. Love this look, love the scarf, love finding new ways to tie and wrap and tuck them!


  3. I wear one everyday in the fall and winter. Love them!

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