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How to wear a scarf - The Winter issue #4


I'm sure you noticed. The vibe in the air these days. Warmer temperatures, longer daylight and, all along, our natural inclination to undress as if it were Spring already. As tempting as it can be, you couldn't be less inspired.   

There's this breeze smashing your face right out of the metro. This freezing air trying to sneak in when riding your scooter on the banks of the Seine. These grey clouds suddenly intruding in the middle of a sunny afternoon with their dark, threatening look. These morning walks to the office. And evening hangs out.  

Some would argue that your puffy winter scarf would do the job just fine. Keeping it one more day is not an option though. Comforting when leaving your flat in the morning, it will become nothing less than bulky as hell throughout the day. You can't reasonably leave your neck uncovered either. Because yes, that's where the bad happens.

Covering your neck is an intimate gesture that betrays timidity and ostentation at the same time. It covers and reveals. The delicate silk twill wraps your skin up with its soft touch, keeping you warm and elegant, effortlessly chic and protected. This is the final touch to your transitioning outfit. The one that would allow to confront the wind and enjoy the sun. Above anything else, the ultimate versatile accessory that can be used under any circumstances.

Stuffed into a pocket during the day, tied into your hair at the beach or worn in a more refined way in the evening, your neck scarf will adapt to any situation, effortlessly. 

Photos by ©TommyTon, ©Julien Boudet, ©Dan Roberts

Les Belles Heures is a young Maison revamping scarves as a cool, daily accessory through savoir-faire, craftsmanship and minimalist design focused on color. 

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