My favourite colour combination! When wrapping these two scarves, I was left with the brown ends being much longer than the blue/brown ones. To help even them out, I held the blue/brown ones straight, and then criss-crossed the brown ones around it, making the ends even at the bottom! To fasten, I just wound one of the brown ends around the bottom and tied. The brown and gold antique pin tied the wrap together perfectly. Enjoy!
I was intruiged by Batsheva’s description of the retro “Rachel Imenu” style, so I decided to try doing a wrap that incorporated it into the style. She was right, I did feel a bit dated (who knew that scarf wrapping had eras/trends?) but I actually got a lot of nice comments throughout the day!
The colours are a little darker than what I usually go for, but with a bit of eyeliner I didn’t feel too washed out:
And the back of the wrap is one of my favourite ways to tie my bun area – the elegant double twist braid!
Inspired by a friend that I met the day before (thank you!), I decided to try tying my accent scarf around the bun part of the wrap. Here is the result!
I love braiding with scarves of different widths – it creates such a neat effect!
Hope you all are looking forward to a lovely weekend. I sure am, and I am also super excited for the “Lady Wrap Star” that I will be posting on Saturday night!
I’ve found myself in a bit of a “need to always create something new!” hair wrapping rut. It seems that in my quest to create fresh and inspiring hair wraps, I have forgotten to continue rocking the classic “Andrea” wraps that I have created in the past. Also, most of you on this new site haven’t even seen these wraps yet! So, today I decided to wear a classic single braid with a cute butterfly pin. This wrap was one of my first tutorials that I made, and you can find it here.