journal: Edward Green

How to tie a scarf

Not sure how to tie your scarves? No problem. Our friend Simon Crompton collaborated with Begg & Co on this excellent how-to video. He features several methods for a variety of situations, from dress to casual.

Wearing a scarf is an easy way to add color to any outfit, not to mention keep warm. Begg & Co. have been weaving on Scotland’s west coast since 1866. They’re reknowned for their technical prowess, skilled craftsmanship, and meticulous attention to detail. This winter they collaborated with Edward Green on two cashmere ombre scarves in colors to pair with your EG shoes. Check them out in our online shop or in our store.

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Edward Green Grosvenor

Edward Green’s Grosvenor is made on the 915 last, which is the heir to the 82 last. Its toe box has sculpted sides and has been slightly extended from the 82. Made in black calfskin, it’s a simple three-eyelet derby that’s easy to wear with suits.

915 Last, Black Calfskin, Single Leather Soles

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Edward Green x Begg & Co. Scarves

Edward Green has collaborated with Scottish scarf makers Begg & Co to create this beautiful ombre scarf. Made in colors to match the antiquing on your EG shoes, they’re the perfect complement to any outfit. Begg & Co. have been weaving on Scotland’s west coast since 1866. They’re reknowned for their technical prowess, skilled craftsmanship and meticulous attention to detail.

100% Cashmere, Clay Melange, 35cm x 180cm

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