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How to style... a TALLIS Scruff

November 09, 2016 3 Comments

TALLIS scruff style tips

How we style our Scruff...

The clever Scruff can be worn a number of ways.  Here's how we style ours...

For a relaxed look, leave your Scruff open and over the shoulders.  It's a statement without being formal. Tallis shearling scruff

For a chic lapel, fasten the Scruff at the front to hold the shape.  This looks great over any jacket or coat, or a jumper to sharpen the look.Tallis scruff

To obtain the signature collar shape from which the 'Scruff' got its name, wrap the scruff around your neck and then fasten using the clips on the ends.Tallis shearling scruff

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3 Responses

T A L L I S
T A L L I S

April 18, 2018

Thank you Miri and Céline!
Céline, you can find the scruff in our online shop, should you want to order. We deliver worldwide! x

feminiteassumee.com
feminiteassumee.com

November 10, 2016

Hey,
So beautiful!!! I want one!!!
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Céline

Miri
Miri

November 10, 2016

Love how your scruffs! Beautiful photos!
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Miri

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