If we say hat and scarves, whose image pops up to your mind? At ANNE TOURAINE Paris™ we think right away about two divine, exquisite, and stylish actresses we absolutely love and whose style remains inspirational to women of all generations.
Who could ever forget Holly Golightly (Audrey Hepburn) in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”? Remember this memorable scene when she wears a large black hat with a long dangling romantic scarf tied on it?
Scarves and hats are an ultra feminine pair.
As you know, hats come at very different prices. Unless you are attending the Kentucky Derby, is it worth spending big bucks for a headpiece you will probably wear only once or twice? The answer is clearly NO! You’d better invest into a lovely and precious silk scarf: not only can you wear it all year round in many different ways. It will also turn any basic hat (all the hats featured below cost less than $10!) into an outstanding and versatile accessory. Depending on the scarf you choose and on how you tie it, you can create many different hat/scarf combinations, all fun, refreshing and very personal.
Straw hat. Silk scarf 36x36” (90x90cm) folded diagonally. Large bow to the front.
Large straw hat. Oblong polka dot silk scarf – same color as the hat. Large fluffy bow to the front or the back.
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Small black felt hat. Silk scarf 27x27” (70x70cm) folded diagonally. Little blow on the side.
Large natural straw hat. Silk scarf 36x36” (90x90cm) folded diagonally. Tied on the side with a little knot. One end much longer than the other.
White panama hat. Oblong polka dot scarf - contrasting color: black or other. Tied to the back. Two dangling trails.
Straw or felt hat. Silk scarf 36x36” (90x90cm) folded diagonally. Tied to the back. Scarf ends: either the same size or one slightly longer.
Have fun! And remember: "Nothing is impossible; the word itself says 'I'am possible" - (Audrey Hepburn)