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Happy Friday!

Happy Friday and happy Easter everyone!

Today's video is a little historical overview of head scarves and how I like to wear them. I had a request from @cannedcontent on twitter if I could do a little video on the topic so here it is.




mom & son said...

Oh, this is a good video!
I love how you styled the scarf with a
cute accessory.

georgina said...

lady melbourne, you're always full of information and fun. love how you tied the scarf :)


♥ ♥ Rene, Gucci's mom ! ♥ ♥ said...

your Chanel scarf is gorgeous! Can I request for a tutorial on sweet style of dressing? I mean like pink or purple color, ribbon, etc. That would be interesting. Anyway it's just a request. Happy Friday! Lady Melbourne =)

Tamara said...
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Tamara said...

i like this idea. very practical hints. would love something similar on wearing woolen scarves for winter.

FairyFiligree said...

great video - scarves are something I collect, especially vintage ones. thanks for the ideas...:)

amelia said...

Aww so cute lady m! Lovely. :) xxx

Liz Roger said...

Such a great post!! I have been reading your blog for such a long time and this is one of my favorite things you have posted......scarf verification... YES PLEASE!
thanks, liz x

The Sequin Cat said...

Lady Melbourne, your video series is outstanding. You're a natural (and so eloquent!)

tunabake said...

What a wonderful post; a bit of history, style and great ideas. I look forward to your next post ^U^

Lady Melbourne said...

mom & son- thanks so much, I do like a good accessory!

georgina- pleasure treasure!

♥ ♥ Rene, Gucci's mom ! ♥ ♥ Thanks for the suggestion, it's a little out of my comfort zone but I'll see what I can do!

Tamara- I think I'm going to do a piece on trends for autumn so stay tuned!

FairyFiligree- I love scarves too!

amelia- thanks!

Liz Roger- ha ha, I might do a post on my blog about it!

The Sequin Cat- big props coming from you, thank you!

tunabake- thank you so much :)

Rowena said...

Thanks for that video post - very informative. I would love to see a tutorial on the various ways of tying neck scarves, too.