4 WAYS TO STYLE YOUR SCARF ALL YEAR ROUND: G.H. Hurt and Son

A scarf is a great accessory to add to any outfit, casual or dressed up. They come in all shapes, sizes, styles, fabrics, colours – you name it! I love finding a versatile scarf I can wear throughout the British summer & winter, so when G.H.Hurt & Son kindly sent me this beautiful Grey Belton scarf, I was excited to start paring it with outfits. I very often pick neutral colours for accessories so I can mix and match them with plenty of items in my wardrobe.

G.H.Hurt & Son was established in 1912 and carries on the tradition of Lace making in the historic city of Nottingham (not far from where I live!). This beautiful brand is a family business that has been around for four generations. Their latest addition for AW19/20 was inspired by the great British countryside and have a lovely range of quintessentially English accessories for a real classy touch to your outfit.

Here are my 4 go-to ways to wear a scarf to accessorise your outfit throughout the whole year…


Free Flowing

Photo by Martha Lily Photography

Letting a scarf hang means it’s not adding any heat on a warm day, but it gives nice movement to an outfit. Simply place it around your neck, and let each end hang down on either side of your body. I’ve paired mine here with a thin, summery pink jumper & jeans for a British summer afternoon picnic.


The Wraparound

Photo by Martha Lily Photography

My more casual option, I like wrapping the scarf once or twice around my neck depending on the length.


The European Knot

Photo by Martha Lily Photography

For a more formal look, try this dressier style. Fold the scarf in half, and then place it around the back of your neck. The doubled material will create a “hole” on one side. Thread the ends of the scarf through this gap, and voila!


The Simple Knot

Photo by Martha Lily Photography

My go-to look for Spring/Summer dog walking. The simple knot keeps the scarf out your way, your neck warm but not too hot. You can move the knot closer or further away from your neck depending on the weather.



G.H.Hurt & Son still remain open for business as usual so be sure to check out their website here. If you end up ordering a beautiful scarf, it comes in a stunning white stag head box that you won’t want to throw away!

Chloe x

Disclaimer: Please note, the items featured in this post have been gifted to me for this AD, but all the information has been written by me. All thoughts and opinions are my own. No links are affiliate links and no discount codes are commission-based. I have blogged about these products as I am genuinely passionate about them and I know you’ll love them too.

A scarf is a great accessory to add to any outfit, casual or dressed up. They come in all shapes, sizes, styles, fabrics, colours – you name it! I love finding a versatile scarf I can wear throughout the British summer & winter, so when G.H.Hurt & Son kindly sent me this beautiful Grey Belton scarf, I was excited to start paring it with outfits. I very often pick neutral colours for accessories so I can mix and match them with plenty of items in my wardrobe.

G.H.Hurt & Son was established in 1912 and carries on the tradition of Lace making in the historic city of Nottingham (not far from where I live!). This beautiful brand is a family business that has been around for four generations. Their latest addition for AW19/20 was inspired by the great British countryside and have a lovely range of quintessentially English accessories for a real classy touch to your outfit.

Here are my 4 go-to ways to wear a scarf to accessorise your outfit throughout the whole year…


Free Flowing

Photo by Martha Lily Photography

Letting a scarf hang means it’s not adding any heat on a warm day, but it gives nice movement to an outfit. Simply place it around your neck, and let each end hang down on either side of your body. I’ve paired mine here with a thin, summery pink jumper & jeans for a British summer afternoon picnic.


The Wraparound

Photo by Martha Lily Photography

My more casual option, I like wrapping the scarf once or twice around my neck depending on the length.


The European Knot

Photo by Martha Lily Photography

For a more formal look, try this dressier style. Fold the scarf in half, and then place it around the back of your neck. The doubled material will create a “hole” on one side. Thread the ends of the scarf through this gap, and voila!


The Simple Knot

Photo by Martha Lily Photography

My go-to look for Spring/Summer dog walking. The simple knot keeps the scarf out your way, your neck warm but not too hot. You can move the knot closer or further away from your neck depending on the weather.



G.H.Hurt & Son still remain open for business as usual so be sure to check out their website here. If you end up ordering a beautiful scarf, it comes in a stunning white stag head box that you won’t want to throw away!

Chloe x

Disclaimer: Please note, the items featured in this post have been gifted to me for this AD, but all the information has been written by me. All thoughts and opinions are my own. No links are affiliate links and no discount codes are commission-based. I have blogged about these products as I am genuinely passionate about them and I know you’ll love them too.