Frenchify Your Friday – Number Eight


Frenchify Your Friday this week by throwing your favourite scarf around your neck.

Regardless of the season, by adding a scarf you are also adding a big dose of French style to both your outfit and your day.

And this week’s Frenchify Your Friday idea couldn’t be any more simple – scarves are super easy to wear once you know how.

By collecting neutral coloured scarves that complement not only your skin colouring but also the main tones in your wardrobe you can easily use this piece of French style on any given Friday (or any other day of the week for that matter).

Now, please don’t worry if you are reading this and thinking ‘But Janelle, I’m rubbish at tying scarves’. It took me absolutely ages to sort out how to wear a scarf – you can read about how I eventually mastered it here.

Best wishes for a stylish Friday.

Until next time – au revoir.



About Janelle

I believe that everyone can bring French elegance and inspiration to their life, no matter where they happen to live in the world. They only need to learn a secret or two to be on their way. When you join the Distant Francophile community, you’ll have access to the secrets that allow you to bring the best of the French lifestyle into your everyday life. I’m talking about things like style advice, recipes and book reviews. And you’ll also receive regular doses of French inspiration, as well as travel and packing tips galore.

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2 thoughts on “Frenchify Your Friday – Number Eight

  • Jan Leishman

    I’d love to wear a scarf and I have many at home (Ballarat) and wear them lots. But here in Provence, in the middle of a heatwave, a sarong is the best ‘scarf’ I can find!

    • Janelle Post author

      Yes Jan, I see exactly what you mean. A scarf would be kind of useless where you are right now. However, if you were at home in Ballarat you’d definitely be wearing a scarf! We’ve had a freezing arctic blast in Victoria and the weather is, quite simply, dreadful!