Last week I invited 3 stylists to come to the studio and talk about scarves and Christmas gifting.
I have always thought that a good scarf in the right colour adjacent to your complexion can do more towards what you look like than a myriad of other accessories…
Last week I was visited by Sophie Stone from Luxe in the Country who has written a fabulous feature about Cleverly Wrapped on the Luxe in the Country website.
Anyone who follows Cleverly Wrapped on Instagram will see that I am very overexcited about Twillys this season.
I decided to host an event at home for the launch of Autumn Winter 17 and worked with Emma who helps me with my PR to select a group of people who we thought we could work with throughout the next season.
This video shows me styling large cashmere modal scarves. One thing I have learnt about scarf styling is that many scarf lovers are intimidated by styling larger square scarves.
This summer Cleverly Wrapped has branched out in a whole new product category by adding a resort wear collection.
‘One size fits all’ isn’t always desirable, but in the case of Cleverly Wrapped, it’s proved a clever move.
When the guys from Cleverly Wrapped got in touch to see whether I’d like to choose something from their website to style I almost snapped their hands off.
I was so excited on one of my dog walks in January when I came up with the idea of asking my mother to do some modelling for CW for Mother’s Day.
I was chatting to somebody who knows about marketing things yesterday and we were discussing how scarves were a very over crowded market place in the UK. I was explaining…
Spring is coming and with it a whole new styling opportunity in the form of small silk scarves. This Bella Ballou Jungle Silk Scarf is my favourite as it embraces so many colours it will literally go, compliment or clash with everything which is exactly the sort of look you should be going for.
For this year’s Christmas Gift Guide I enlisted the help of my great friend Emily (co-editor of Angels & Urchins magazine).
It’s always exciting to discover a new designer through word of mouth and that’s exactly what happened with Beshlie.
You have to check out these funky scarves by new designer Duet. When my friend Jemima and I found them in Paris there was no hesitation whatsoever.
Much as we all love online shopping I know that it’s also great to see things in the flesh and give them a good old touch and feel. Although you don’t have to worry about sizes with scarves its still fun to try them on.
I am obsessed by those ‘Day in the life of’ type articles about women who set up their own businesses and juggle it all with having a family. Now I find myself in a similar situation I thought I would share with you what it’s like trying to juggle it all.
Each week, Jo Glynn-Smith interviews a successful woman to find out how she made it to the top, and gets tips on maintaining a successful work-life balance. This week, she meets Harriet Cleverly, the founder of Cleverly Wrapped.
I think that all people who work in fashion and retailing hopefully believe that their latest collection is better than their last. I say that because I think it’s human nature to want to better oneself and of course this becomes easier as you have history to learn from.