The Bun can be worn with any square shaped scarf and is ideal for 'thick' or heavy scarves as the tie is less likely to come undone and the scarf is less likely to fall back. Make sure that you tie it tightly, but not *too* tight. If the scarf is tied too tightly it has a tendency to slowly slip back on your head. This tie really beings out your face and looks great with earrings!|
Our model is wearing the Classic-Cranberry scarf (no longer available)
| Step 1:
||Fold your scarf in half so that it forms a triangle.
|| Place the folded scarf over your head so that the corner (the one that forms a 90 degrees)
is in the back of your head creating a tail and the two longer corners are hanging over the side of your head.
|| Tie the left corner and the right corner once behind your head at the base of the back of your neck. Make
sure that the tail doesn't get caught in the tie. Pull the right and left corners tight so that the scarf won't slip
or move on your head.
Tuck the tail underneath the knot and push it tightly so that it hidden underneath the scarf. This will form a loose 'bun' or snood at the bottom of the back of your head
Now take the right corner and gently wrap it around the loose bun , but try to wrap it so that the scarf
is smooth and tight on your head and also so that the bun is round and protruding from the base of the
back of your neck. When you reach the end , tuck it securely into the bun so that it won't become loose or untie.
Do the same as in step five, but use the left corner - wrap the left corner around the bun. When you reach the end , tuck it securely into the bun so that it won't become loose or untie.