So here’s just a couple of ways I’ve been using to tie/wear my Hermes
The Looks below are only about 1/10 of the ways you can wear an Hermes scarf. I love how they can really dress up an outfit, or even be an outfit 😉 They’re also quite small so it’s easy to pop one in your bag and whip it out when it’s a little chilly. I know technically you can use other scarves, but nothing out there beats the fineness and quality of an Hermes silk scarf… the drape of the fabric isn’t the same and the prints are so special. I’m looking forward to keeping and wearing these for a long time until they become vintage scarves, then I can pass them on to my daughter 🙂
Hermes scarf… as a belt
Worn as a belt tied around my waist, with matching Hermes leather bracelet
and my Guess top that I’ve had for 12 years (!!!!!).
Worn with my Marc Jacobs jacket, tied around the waist as a side-apron,
and matching Hermes leather bracelet.
Hermes scarf… as a neck scarf
Worn as a bib with a free eBay polo shirt and jeans, heh
As a standard scarf with Hermes turquoise scarf ring and Papinelle (super soft) top
Tied into a ‘friendship knot’ and worn with Alannah Hill top
Hermes scarf… as a top
Worn as a halter top, tied in place with Hermes
leather bracelet (used as a choker/necklace)
What it looks like from behind
Closeup of the Hermes scarf tied onto the Hermes
leather bracelet (wound twice round my neck)
Worn as a little capelet with $10 white tank top, Sass & Bide
white jeans, Playboy boots and Louis Vuitton trouville bag
The best way to display a scarf’s gorgeous design, IMHO!
Closeup. I just knotted the ends together….
….and stuck my arms through the holes, and, voila!