Sunday, 13 July 2014

5 Ways to Wear a Naromode Scarf

We're huge fans of Scottish design duo Naromode here at Godiva (check our Q&A with Anna and Iain to find out more about the brand!), especially their beautiful illustrated scarves. We've noticed that our customers often ask for advice on how to tie or how to style Naromode scarves, so we thought we'd pull together five different ways you can wear one. That's one for each day of the work week! Don't forget to leave us a wee comment if you have any other tips!

1. Neck Bow

Instead of just draping your scarf around your neck, tie it into a loose bow and slide it round to the side: instant Parisian chic! Naromode Moth scarf, £50.

2. Hair Bow

Add instant vintage-style glamour and a pop of colour to any outfit by adding a hair bow: tuck in the ends of the bow for a neater look. Naromode Duck scarf, £50.

3. Hippy headscarf

I call this one the 'Hippy Headscarf' because it reminds me of those images of carefree girls having fun at Woodstock! Simply tie the scarf at the nape of your neck, beneath your hair, and let the loose end of the scarf trail over your shoulder. You could even plait it through your hair if it's long enough! Naromode Fly scarf, £50.

4. The Turban
I've seen a few glamorous ladies rocking a turban over the past couple of months, and I was amazed to find out how simple it is to do! Fold your scarf into a triangle, and drape the middle corner over your forehead. Bring the two longer corners over onto the top of your head, and twist them around each other. Bring them back down and tie them in a knot at the nape of your neck. Finally, tuck the corner over your forehead into the twist at the top of your head. It's super easy after a couple of goes, you could try it out on a friend until you get the hang of it - or a glamorous assistant like ours!

5. The Half-Turban

I called this one the 'Half-turban', because it's essentially a cross between wearing a headband and a turban. Roll the scarf up, then place the middle at the nape of your neck and bring the two sides up to the top of your head. Twist them around each other, like you would to make a turban, them bring them back to the nape of your neck and tie into a knot. Easy! Naromode Apples scarf, £50.

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