Meet Sophia! I’ve got a whole interview with this local guide, food writer, and resident taco expert in the works, but in the meantime — let’s talk about scarves. This is the accessory I’ve always wished I could be more versatile with. The scarf is, of course, the ultimate fabric haiku — for myself, while the haiku is still a little beyond my means I’m slowly getting good at the scarf limerick. Each time I met up with Sophia I was mesmerized be her seemingly effortless skills in this department, and during our final get-together I managed to get some of them on camera. Hopefully through Sophia’s teachings we can all get a little better at composing our own scarf sonnet.
First, start with one large square scarf, at least 3 feet long on each side, and for each of these stylings you’re going to first fold the scarf in half triangularly.
What’s your favorite accessory, or scarf styling? Let me know in the comments, and be sure to check back in later this month for the full interview with Sophia about food, travel, and San Francisco. Thanks as always for reading, and stay in touch with me on pinterest, twitter, instagram, and facebook.