In an attempt to bring all photo tutorials and how-to's into a video format, and under the motto 'first things first', I uploaded a how-to video of the basic bias fold onto my YouTube channel, which you can also view towards the end of this post.
The basic bias is one of the most essential ways to fold a square silk scarf, not only because it is the starting point for many great scarf knots (Ascot, friendship, criss-cross, criss-cross bow knot, tie knot and many others), but also because it looks fabulous on it's own, when just placed around the neck. What's more, it is a cool way to wear scarves during the warmer summer months.
With 90 Carrés, one needs to be a little bit more careful when going solo, due to the size and material they are prone to slip.. wearing a blazer on top helps to keep them in place (all larger formats, such as cashmere, mousse and silk GMs stay well in place, and to a certain extend, 90 mousses do too).
Capsule pieces: blue jeans, short-sleeved black top and black blazer
Shoes: blue patent pumps
Accessories: Hermès 'Cent plis de Miao' 90 Carré and H clic-clac enamel bangle in bleu indiensScarf tying method: basic bias fold (see video below for a how-to)
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