This elegant vintage pattern sparks your office attire. Versatile, it can be tied in several ways to create different looks. Washable, soft, comfortable and easy care. The flowers with soft washes of coral and yellow are balanced by green leaves and red leaves. The navy blue background grounds the floral arrangement. It looks great with navy, tan, cream, beige, tan, and white, and can go through all seasons.
Perfect for the office and business travel, this silk kimono scarf is made from 1970’s fabric and features a floral pattern. Coral and yellow washes of color paint the flowers which are balanced by greenery and red berries. There are many shades of green in the leaves. The scarf goes with navy, cream, tan, beige and white clothing. It packs easily and does not wrinkle, making it great for travel.
I always wash my silk kimono fabrics twice before ironing them. You can care for them easily in your home. Just put on a delicate cycle in a front loading washer, or hand wash in warm water. You can roll it in a towel and hang to dry, and iron on a silk setting.
You can tie this scarf in several ways to expand your wardrobe. It also looks great as a head scarf too. The elegant vintage print can go throughout the seasons.
Dimensions: 54″ Long, 6.5″ wide
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This 50% silk 50% merino wool wrap will keep you warm on a chilly evening. Woven by fair trade artisans, I dyed the fabric with a mix of Logwood natural dye and soda ash. The wrap was clamped with metal objects and dipped indigo to create the patterns.
Dimensions: 60" Long without the Fringe, 23" Wide
This fine wool scarf is woven on the loom with open spaces in the warp. When washed, it crinkles and give great texture. Dyed with natural dyes to create a deep fuchsia. Soft, comfortable and washable.
Dimensions: 76" long, 16" Wide
This velvet infinity scarf features exquisite embroidery from M Guegain & Sons. The fabric is made on 18th century looms. Aqua and Chocolate are the colors that define this limited edition scarf by Jane Porter.