how to wear a scarf
How to wear a scarf
How to wear a scarf in 10 different ways
How to wear a pure silk scarf – made in Greece
This article is presenting how to wear a scarf made by a traditional Greek Silk Scarf factory. Α scarf is a timeless accessory that every woman can have regardless of any dress and style. It stands out for its elegance , it fits in all seasons and worn in many different ways. Silk scarves are highlighted for each season and are one of the accessories that will enhance your outfit with extra style and joyful color touches. The truth is you need at least one scarf in your wardrobe! Whether it’s a pashmine or a scarf, scarves are a good reason to keep you warm and at the same time stylish.
Here we will be referring to many different ways to wear a Greek handmade 100% pure silk scarf. Grandmothers tied it to their head to protect their hair while the previous generation around their neck for more beautiful style. We present here several ways to tie a silk scarf. The photos and scarves shown in the photos are Greek products designed and produced by Kalfas, a company in Greece that produces traditional and modern handmade silk scarves.
Based in Soufli, a region in Greece, famous for its silk scarves production. Buy on-line from Kalfas Silk Scarves
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1. Around the neck
2. Head Tie
3. Neck and sholder Tie
4. Hair Tie
5. Elegant shoulder style
6. Cool neck tie
7. Sexy top
8. Greek style
9. Around your shoulders
10. Warm vest style
Some history behind the silk of Soufli in Greece
ln 551 A.D. two Byzantine monks smuggled silkworm eggs in their hollowcanes from China. Since then sericulture has spread as far as the southern provinces of Greece. As years went by, Soufli became well-known all over Europe, for its excellent quality silk, which was exported to the international market as a primary product as well as fibre.
During its peak years, Soufli constituted a commercial and cultural centre that gave life to the surrounding area. Suffice it to say that up to the middle of the 20th century every house was a place for sericulture. The trading of fresh cocoons took place in a trading post called ”Haretsi”. The auctions lasted tw oweeks. Αn auction ended when the “town crier” shouted “HAARETS”, which in arabic means “the e ο of a deal”. Part of the production remained in Soufli to cover the demand of the local silk factories and the needs of the people in the area as well. This embroideries and handwoven material was for domestic use. The production of fibre and handicrafts for selling purposes started in 1940’s. Despite the threat of artificially made silk and other synthetic fibres, Soufli remains internationally renowned for its top quality 100% pure