Hi Everyone, I apologize for my lack of daily posts! The reason was that the Jewish holiday of Shavuot came right in the middle of the week, and of course, since I don’t use technology on these days, taking photos of head wraps wasn’t possible. I did, however, create a new style that I’m very excited to share (and will hopefully take photos of this weekend)! For now, here is what I wore on my head for the eve going into the holiday. My husband gave me the cream/grey/black scarf as a holiday present, and I added the teal to match my skirt. The tie is a double twist. Since the scarf is multi-tonal, it looks like I’m wearing a lot more than two scarves (especially in the twist part)! Thank you to my lovely friend who snapped these photos
I love this scarf. Mostly because my husband got it for me, but also because it is so versatile and makes it look like I am wearing more than one. And the colour. Of course the best thing is the colour. Keep an eye out for scarves with wide vertical stripes like this!
In these photos, I am wearing a basic regal wrap with a brooch added for a little extra sparkle.
Many of you have asked for a tutorial on how to do yesterday’s tie – I will make it happen! However, before doing so, I need to wear the style a few more times before I can claim to be expert enough to make a tutorial. Here is the same tie, but with a silkier scarf… looks pretty good and is holding up well!
It has been requested that a gallery be made available of all the daily post wraps. Here it is, saving you from scrolling! This “Wrapunzel Gallery” much like the pink header up above, but instead showcases ALL the wraps featured on the site so far. Some of these photos were taken before Wrapunzel existed, when hair wrapping was just a small section of my other website, but the majority of them were featured as daily posts. This gallery is for you to save, pin, print, share with friends, etc. Think of it as a comprehensive scarf tying database and use it for inspiration!
Click on the photos to see them in full size and go through the gallery! If you have questions about a specific wrap, leave a comment on the actual photo by clicking on it