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20 August 2010

How To - Scarf into a turban

So I have had a few emails off readers asking me to do a tutorial on how to tie a scarf to make a turban. Having never done this myself ever, I am probably not the best person to ask. Last Sunday I spent a lil time messing around and trying different ways to do it. This is what I have come up with, it may not be right, but if you like it, give it a go.


{Place scarf at the back of your head}


{Cross the scarf at the front}


{Twist at the front and turn the other way}


{Cross over at the back}


{Tuck in the ends of the scarf into the turban}


{Et Voila}

Hugs & Kisses
xoxoxoxoxox

57 comments:

Katie said...

Simple and looks great :)

Anthea said...

Very cool and it suits you!

Anthea,
Embracing Style

Marloes. said...

very nice!
loves,
The Style Sandwich

thestylesandwich.blogspot.com

Krystal said...

perfect!

eelectroCutee said...

great tutorial.. love your blog..:)

http://eelectrocuted.blogspot.com/

My Republic of Fashion said...

I really like it!!:)SarahD

Nicole Trundle said...

a definite need to know. Thanks for your comment :) x

Jude said...

Haha - love that you learned it anyway, looks fab!

Anonymous said...

ooo i may just give this ago 2nigt! thanks

Anonymous said...

ooo i may just give this ago 2nigt! thanks

Dressing Up For Me said...

Nice, I´ll be doing this soon! :)

Becca said...

Great tutorial and I totally think this look is fab on you!

Becca

Stacey said...

Love it! And it wasn't a time consuming process either.

Christie said...

Love this! Thanks for sharing! xo

Theonlyfashionprincess said...

Looks you very good. Thanks for sharing this with us! :)
xoxo

http://theonlyfashionprincess.blogspot.com

Fashions Not A Luxury said...

How Lovely. Thanks for Sharing will try it out this weekend. Finally, i am able to leave you a comment, this computer at work is so slow takes forever to load your "Post A Comment" Happy Weekend XO Ari
Fashions Not A Luxury

Mia Delessi said...

that is so nice

xx
Mia Bbook

yours truly dear said...

cute! i have a scarf in mind for this right now... hmm... :]

LJ said...

looks cool - unfortunately i have a fringe so doubt it would work on me!

thanks for becoming my first follower :-) hope many more will follow! I am of course following your blog - its great I read everyday!xx

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Style_Pursuit said...

Thanks for sharing! I might try it on my trip to the seaside, where I usually become more brave with my fashion choices! :o)

x

Rosa said...

love you´re hair!

Fashion Queen said...

Thanks for this tutorial! I love it. Looks great on you.

Marie said...

What a quick and easy way to accessorize!:D Thanks for the tutorial!:D

***** Marie *****
allthingsmarie.com

Lara Woodbine said...

love it!

Mumbles said...

this post is great
thanks so much
you look so pretty and the scarf is so lovely too

♥ Marley

Meg said...

Love it!
Thanks for sharing!

Meg

RBR said...

Loving your hareems!!!

RBR

rayisgoodforyou.blogspot.com

Josie said...

Fab tutorial -- thanks, dear!
xo Josie
http://winksmilestyle.blogspot.com

Isabel said...

awesome...love it!

amaturecouture said...

ohhhh so sweeet!!! :D

xxx

http://amaturecouture.com/

style'n said...

Thanks for sharing-have a great weekend!
naina

anotherwomanbyrose said...

love it, and it fits you so good!

kisses

another woman

Materialistic Chronicles said...

great post, will be trying asap!

www.materialisticchronicles.blogspot.com

Cindy, fashionsbeauty said...

Looks fine the way u did it, actually quite cool xoxo

Alexandra said...

Thanks Kirsty, I actually really had to learn how to do this! Will try it soon for sure.

Love Alexandra

http://tovogueorbust.blogspot.com/

the style crusader said...

am thinking you did a very good job with the scarf as a turban deal. i like it a lot. xx

Ana said...

I've never tried this style before either, and I'm pretty sure I couldn't pull it off, although your version looks quite wearable.

Linz said...

so simple...yet i know i'll botch it up. thanks for the tutorial! i'll be practicing the scarf-turban instead of packing all day tomorrow... :D

M said...

I love your blog...
beautiful photos!
kisses
Maru

Jen said...

Seriously, you are SO adorable!!!

Love ya!

Happy Weekend!!

Susu Paris Chic said...

I've also been into scarves lately... as you can see! I like the way you rock it!

mellisa said...

great tutorial!

Whatwouldkarldo.com said...

Thanks for the demo, I will be using it this summer in Australia and just cos it looks awesome xxxxx

Victoria said...

Nice ! You look great in it!

Isabel said...

I love this! It's just so hard to do when you have bangs... :(

Abby said...

And this is so cute!

iheartkiwi said...

i love the turban look! i am definitely going to try this out!

devilishlypleasurable said...

love this tutorial. . thank you!

„Fashion fades, only style remains the same.” said...

I really like it!!

Hanna said...

ohh thanks ! those tips were highly needed since i found a nice ethic scarf xx

Grace said...

I wish I would have read this yesterday instead of spending thirtynine minutes trying to decide how to tie my head scarf!

Love Grace.

purelovefashion said...

Thanks for showing how its done, I love scarf/headbands.

www.purelovefashionn.blogspot.com

Thank you for commenting on my blog

xx

Paislea Elyse said...

oooh! i love this! so simple, and so cute! thanks for sharing!

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Jessie said...

Love this!

xx
Jessie
http://87life.blogspot.com

Catarina said...

Thanks for this, i've always wondered how to do that!
x

Andee Layne said...

love it! that floral print is great! I need to try this look xo

Goldenlipgloss said...

Hey! Thanks for the tip...it is very useful, I love turbans but I do not have any so it is great to know how to make it possible with only a scarf!
I will try it this afternoon. :)