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We're not ashamed to admit it: Sometimes styling a scarf completely throws us for a loop (no pun intended). Do we fold them in half, stick them under our jackets, or wrap them around our necks a few times and hope for the best?
As one of London's leading scarf designers — not to mention someone who's worked for both Donatella Versace and Jil Sander — Jane Carr has all the answers. With blustery winds and frigid temps breathing down our necks, the scarf guru invited us into her North London studio to show us just how to work these babies into our winter wardrobes.
Here, our model, ceramics designer Reiko Kaneko, shows off three Carr-certified scarf looks, each and every one primed to face down the chill while looking ridiculously chic. Grab your notebooks and get ready to follow suit — you will want to try these tricks at home.
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