|As before and the one which you can not see on the very right side is a khaki, net scarf again from H&M|
|Meryl Streep as Miranda in ' The Devil Wears Prada '|
I have always loved scarfs and shawls, I started wearing them already 15 years ago, long before over sized knitted scarfs and snoods came into fashion. I just was a big fan of the Regency period with its elegantly draped and knotted cravats of the early dandies and the Sixties with Jimmy Hendrix and Brian Jones from the Rolling Stones sporting their androgynous way of dressing.
|Beau Brummel, the first Dandy|
|Brian Jones from The Rolling Stones|
And then in the first part of the Noughties, suddenly it became trendy to wear shawls and scarfs. One of the best examples and the coolest person too wear them was Pete Doherty.
But where do you get the most beautiful scarfs, ok I mentioned Hermes already, but the best selection of the most beautiful scarfs you will get in Liberty's the famous Arts & Craft department store at London Regent Street. Famous for their huge variety of prints they offer, you will find just a superb choice of colours, sizes and prizes. You will find what ever you want. Yes, as soon as I start earning good money you can believe me I will be at Liberty's once a month to build up a huge collection of scarfs and shawls but I will not loose them, believe me!
|Rose Pink Paisley Star silk scarf by Liberty|
|Coral Red Lanthe silk scarf by Liberty|
|Navy Russian Doll scarf by Meg Mathews, at Liberty's|
|Portrait Voile wool scarf by Laura Berens Baker at Liberty's|
|Green Peacock print scarf by Athena Porcopiu at Liberty's|