• It was announced a while ago but wanted to say how happy I am to have been asked to select Dress of the Year 2013 at Fashion Museum in Bath. My choice was this @christopherkanestudio SS13 beauty.
  • Love this concertina beach scene print on @marios_official tote available at @therefineryhk now! #PMQIS
  • Congrats to my cousin @elizabethlauldn and her new shop @therefineryhk in the new PMQ building @PMQHKDesign #PMQIS much love for @BernstockSpeirs bunny ears!
  • Love that I always see the best pieces by Brit designers abroad @nicoll_studio @liger_hk
  • Swash land at @liger_hk Patterson St store #SwashLondon

>> Some of you may have caught these mini YouTube tutorials by Liberty on how to tie a scarf in various ways.  I'm not one for instructions normally but sometimes a flimsy piece of silk can get all knotted up into various formations and not make any sense.  Is it strange that I find the tutorials MORE convincing because a lovely lady called Lauranne who says 'Liberty' with a French accent is showing us how to get more adept at scarf tying? 

The Bow Tie // The Chiffon Knot


The Head Scarf // The Oversized Scarf


The Plait – May have to attempt this one

Comments (19)

  1. kim says:

    Thanks for posting these!

  2. Style Souk says:

    Being a rather inept (and lazy!) girl who only ever ties her scarves one way, I ADORE these tutorials.
    Sarah x
    http://stylesouk.wordpress.com

  3. Kit says:

    Brilliant videos, now I need to try it at home.

  4. Nini says:

    Very useful! Thank U!

  5. S says:

    I am in love with her accent. I think I’ve been lulled into a scarf obsession.
    S
    http://notjustmedical.wordpress.com

  6. Love these! Can’t wait to pull out my scarves and try!
    http://designsketchbook.blogspot.com/

  7. Val says:

    Very useful videos thanks…! It’s funny how french accent is seen as very sexy by foreigners, but as a native french speaker myself it was really hard for me to listen to her accent…lol
    http://valentineavoh.blogspot.com/
    -diary of a fashion stylist-

  8. moi says:

    None of that nonsense for us boys… am I bad for wanting to pop into Liberty and observe all that up close at face value…? but, if I ever need to know how to tie my Giorgio ‘Brato bad boy’ into knots I have such a reference.

  9. Lincoln Taft says:

    Thank you so much for this.
    I constastly buy over sized scarves and have never mastered how to wear them properly.
    http://lesyeuxsansvisage-lincolntaft.blogspot.com

  10. Lwee says:

    Thanks for posting the videos! Now I know how to tie my scarfs in a number of creative ways. ;)

  11. lyrebirdgully says:

    Thanks Susie, very useful – tho’ I had to watch some of the videos twice to take it all in, I kept getting mesmerised by the hypnotic movement of the cleavage located exactly centre screen…

  12. hueys says:

    lovely!
    thanks for the wonderful videos!
    I’ve seen many videos regarding the tying of the scarves, but those that you posted are the more interesting and pretty ones i ever seen!
    cheers =D
    http://polka-dolkies.blogspot.com

  13. moncler says:

    I get more benifits from you. I can use scarf trick matching my clothing.

  14. Charlotte says:

    These are great tutorials. I will try all of them. Her accent is so great ! I am French so I know what it is to say Liberty like that ;)

  15. Zoe says:

    fabulous! just in time for fall!

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