March 22, 2012

First EVER C&C Video Post

Back in 2008 we took an amazing trip to the Italian Lake Region (Lago di Como, Lago di Maggiore and Lago di Orta). If you've never been, I am happy to give recommendations. It is truly magnificent. We also made two day-trips from Lago di Orta to Saas Fee and Zermatt, Switzerland...two places I also plan on returning! Here are a few photos.

Varrena- where we stayed on Lake Como

Bellagio on Lake Como

Lake Orta- Orta San Giulio

Saas Fee, Switzerland

Anyway...while in Bellagio on Lake Como (no, we didn't run into George Clooney) I purchased the most amazing pleated ombre scarf. The man in the shop was insistent upon showing me the "proper" way to tie it, so I spent a good 10 minutes learning this new (to me) method.  

I often receive compliments on the scarf and the method in which it is tied, so I thought I would share.
Without further adieu, here is the FIRST EVER C&C video post. Please excuse the amateur video and the novice video reporting skills.



P.S. We would love your feedback on today's post. Should C&C do more video posts, or should we stick with photos?

11 comments:

  1. Sweet! Love the tying method ... and love seeing you on my computer while I "remote feed" Rhett in my office.

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  2. LOVE IT! Im such a scarf dork and this helps :) Keep up the videos, you are a natural!! xx

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  3. Great post! Loved the tutorial, I'm always up for a new scarf method!

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  4. You're a natural! Love it! :)

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  5. Love this tutorial! Keep the videos coming :)

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  6. What a spectacular way to tie a scarf! Loved the video, I never would have figured that out from pictures!

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  7. Glad you all enjoyed it! Now I just need to work on something else interesting to "vlog" about. And maybe I should work on my background...it was either the white corner or the bathroom tiles, and that seemed a little strange...

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  8. Yes, I love video tutorials, keep 'em coming! Even after spending a great deal of time in France, I still wonder how those French women so effortlessly tie their scarves to look so chic, and now I know one way!

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  9. Bring on the tutorials! This was great.

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  10. I tried this the other day...it was great! xx

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  11. Referenced this as I was boarding a flight to nyc this am. Thank you!

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