Layered Artsy Side Swoop!

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Here is a look that I’ve been having a lot of fun with lately! It’s formal, dramatic and fun, and is an excellent tie for pashminas with fancy borders (Especially the Shine On, seen here)! Adding a 2-in-1 and Shiny-licious to the mix gives a nice variety of texture and added interest. My favorite part of this style, though, is the unique “side swoop,” which can give the wearer the feeling of hair, without hanging tails!

*Please note that this style requires the use of pins and is not for the faint of heart! It is definitely more suited to more experienced wrappers and those who don’t mind the wearing the weight of multiple scarves.

 

 

You might recognize this version from our Most Popular Tichels video!

 

After many requests, I was finally able to film a tutorial, so without further ado, may I present to you the Layered Artsy Side Swoop!

 

8 thoughts on “Layered Artsy Side Swoop!

  1. Probably the most stunning wrapping style I’ve ever seen. Not sure if I’ll be able to do this myself, but I’ll try. Thank you very much for your tutorial!

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      • I learned it! 🙂 Thought it was going to drive me nuts, somewhere in between, but then I used one of those “Diamond Girl” scarves to do the criss-cross part and secure the fringe of the swoop – and now it works. I think they’re even longer than the Shinylicious scarves, and they have a different texture, and for me, that seems to be what keeps the wrap from coming undone. I’m wearing my first succesful result right now and it makes me feel really glamourous on a dreary, very rainy Tuesday.

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