Sari Scarf How-To

By popular demand!  A lot of you have been asking about this scarf that I own, which is apparently called a “saris scarf”.  Here is a quick tutorial on how I wear it.  It’s super easy, and so dressy!  I don’t know where to buy it (maybe someone on here can help me out with that) because I got mine at a vintage shop, but if you do have the chance to get one, I highly recommend it.  It may seem that you won’t be able to cover all your hair with it, but here I show how it’s possible to wear it and have all your hair covered.

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8 thoughts on “Sari Scarf How-To

  1. This is a beautiful video, and very thorough. (Now I’m hoping to come across such a scarf, which is definitely not anything I have in my tichel wardrobe so far.)

    Here’s a blog post that I did over the summer that offers some ideas of how to make use of scarves that are, like this one, too narrow to wear alone in a basic fashion.
    http://howtocover.blogspot.com/2012/07/making-use-of-narrow-scarves.html

    Maybe some of these ideas can be adapted for this style of scarf- I think a few could, especially the first one I suggest.

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  2. I finally found one of these today (after stumbling on your video– I watch youtube while my baby sleeps and they are out of order when they come up on my tv) and I am SO excited!! It is beautiful and I just had to get it. I found it at a consignment store, but it still had the tags on it: listed as from Pier 1 and costing $18 US. So, perhaps that is one place to look? Pier1.com.
    Anyway, thought I’d add this here. Thank you again for all your beautiful videos and for all your inspiring wraps.

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  3. I finally found one of these today (after stumbling on your video– I watch youtube while my baby sleeps and they are out of order when they come up on my tv) and I am SO excited!! It is beautiful and I just had to get it. I found it at a consignment store, but it still had the tags on it: listed as from Pier 1 and costing $18 US. So, perhaps that is one place to look? Pier1.com.
    Anyway, thought I’d add this here. Thank you again for all your beautiful videos and for all your inspiring wraps.

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