3 ways to wear the Knotted Tweed Headband February 05 2022
Struggling with ideas of how to wear your new tweed headband... well here are some tips ...
casually with hair down
Forget 90's scrape your hair back with a hairband instead simply place your headband on top of your head leaving a few face framing pieces at the front. Its that easy, a casual yet stylish way to wear these popular headbands. for more va va voom try curling your hair!
with a messy Bun
Tie your hair into messy bun not forgetting to leave a few wispy bits at the front for a preferred undone look place headband tilted forward behind your ears.
high Pony Tail
similar to the messy bun tie your hair in a high pony tail, again add the whispy bits and your good to go!
The perfect winter accessories for walking January 23 2022
One of our favourite walks has to be at Studley Royal Deer Park, near Ripon North Yorkshire. Beautiful parkland scenery with over 500 wild Red, Fallow and Sika Deer unfortunately we did get the chance to see any today however that certainly didn't spoil our Sunday walk with Bee.
My choice of outfit for our country walk:
Pactical as always this time of year calls for wellie boots, thick socks and a water proof coat to avoid any chance of a shower. I chose to Accessorise with our tweed snoods, cosy yet practical for fitting under a thick coat. You can find a large selection of tweed snoods available through the website, including in the Fern Tweed which I wore today.
Extras you could add to your outfit include, the tweed hair scrunchie perfect for keeping your hair back on windy days...
Also the tweed headbands are super popular this time of year, keeping your hair in place but also keeping your ears warm on windy days. I plan to bring more tweed headbands to match the snoods in coming months