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French Scarves. So ooh la la.


It’s April and I wish I were in Paris. But when I have the Paris blues, a cup of espresso at a local cafe and an expertly tied neck scarf make me feel a little, well, French-ie-er. What can I say?

Although she’s not French, YouTube beauty maven, Michelle Phan and her stunning model, Chriselle created this video tutorial last winter. And I find it to be one of the best guides to scarf wearing that I have seen.

Needless to say Chriselle is so stunnng, she could probably make a paper bag look gorgeous. I find myself referring back to this little video no matter what time of year it is. Try some of these looks out with your favorite scarf and let me know if you feel any French-ie-er.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. 2012/04/12 9:19 am

    French-ie-er! Just saying it makes me feel French-ie-er 😀

  2. 2012/04/14 1:08 am

    Me too! 😉

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