How do you wear a fox fur scarf?

forever21

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It's a long scarf... just like a long rectangle. There is no space to fold to two ends together and fold it down, no holes or anything. So they just kind of flop around unless I stuff it into my coat, but sometimes I don't want to wear it with a coat.

How would you wear this? How would you hold the two ends together?
 

forever21

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It's kind of too wide for a brooch, but I would have really loved that idea.

Can tailors put holes through fuuuurrr?? I think it really needs one every time I attempt to wear it.
 
Aug 29, 2008
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^^I believe so, though I haven't had it done. Go to a good tailor, and they will at least tell you if they can't. Otherwise, try a place that sells furs? Last resort, safety pins may not be very elegant but would be covered by the fur.
 

LeeMiller

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Don't put a hole in the fur! Instead have the tailor add a loup in fabric towards the bottom of the scarf, on the lining of the scarf, for you to pull the other end of the through. Does that make sense?
 
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I can't imagine it without seeing it really - a fur scarf is so luxurious though, congratulations on getting it. Mayeb take it into a furrier for advice? I am sure they'll give you an opinion (for free), the one I use in England is very helpful and friendly.
 

forever21

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Don't put a hole in the fur! Instead have the tailor add a loup in fabric towards the bottom of the scarf, on the lining of the scarf, for you to pull the other end of the through. Does that make sense?
Oh I see what you mean! That is such a wonderful idea. I might even give it a shot myself... am imagining like a thin piece of ribbon to hold it together or something.

Any words of advice before I attempt it? I won't make it too permanent (maybe safety pin - or a few easy to remove stitches)...

I wouldn't even know where to begin to find a furrier <-- is that the word? So funny! :P
 

LeeMiller

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I have some scarves that have that, also one with extra ribbon on the end so that you can tie it togeter, but I think your scarf is so long that you might want to try to loup thing. Yeah, I would probably try it myself if I was you! I have a fox fur scarf that I never wore until this year because it has emerald colored satin straps, so maybe this will inspire me to change out the straps to black!
 

coco13

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In the 'Celebrity' section, the thread about Miroslava Duma has a photo of her wearing a LV rectangular scarf (monogram print) around her neck with a belt holding it on. I cannot remember which page it was on, so you may have to plough through the 1000+ posts, but it looked good.

If it is slightly curved at the neck part it may be a tippett which is used in a similar way to a pashmina or even gilet; it is just draped for the evening. It sounds lovely.
 

mpls55412

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take it to your local furrier. they will help you wear it and even affix a fastener for you. a loop and button, hook and ring, or something provided by you.
good luck
 
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