Arlette Ess Fly Lace 2
  • Day Birger et Mikkelsen Lacelike Scarf - Chalk
    coggles.com
    Finely constructed from a luxurious blend of silk and wool, the 'Lacelike' scarf from Day Birger et Mikkelsen features a contrast lace-effect print all over for a chic, timeless finish. K.N. 50% Wool, 50% Silk.
  • Matthew Williamson Wing Lace Long Strip Scarf - Silver
    coggles.com
    The 'Wing Lace' scarf from Matthew Williamson features a monochrome colour palette with an all over abstract lace print. Complete with raw edges for a casual feel. K.N.
  • The Fur Vault Pull-Through Rabbit Fur Scarf
    macys.com
    A stunning, sumptuously soft knitted rabbit fur scarf from The Fur Vault makes an ideal finishing touch to any cold-weather ensemble. Real rabbit fur. Professional fur clean only. Imported. Genuine dyed rex rabbit fur. Pull-through design. Knitted, pieced fur scarf. Rosette pattern at center. Approximately 4 inches wide by 32 inches long. Fur origin: China.
  • Riverside Tool and Dye Hand Dyed Black Arashi Scarf design by Riverside Tool & Dye
    burkedecor.com
    The unique, hand-dyed silk scarves by Riverside Tool and Dye are simply gorgeous. Each scarf is a work of art and stylish accessory all in one. The raw silk material will help you stay warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Shibori is a traditional Japanese method of dyeing cloth that binds, folds and and compresses fabric to create several different patterns. The techniques used to create each piece are similar but the results are organic and unique. The Arashi design pattern can be described as stripes that loosely resemble snake skin. The full Arashi pattern can be seen in the third product image. This listing is for one 45x45 inch scarf in black and white using the Arashi pattern.
  • Pom Pom Solid Scarf in Charcoal design by Thomas Paul
    burkedecor.com
    These luxurious cotton and silk scarves from Thomas Paul are as striking as they are fashionable. A lovely item for a memorable night out! Can also be used as a shawl or pareo. Of the Spring 2011 Collection by Thomas Paul. Cotton and Silk. 40 X 80 in. Thomas Paul was born and raised in New York City. He graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology with a degree in textile design. He got his start in the design world in the fashion business, which eventually led to the creation of his own label. Since then his line has steadily expanded into other categories such as tabletop, stationary, rugs, lighting, fabrics, and wall art. The ultimate goal being to have products covering every aspect of the home, all with Thomas Paul patterns gracing them.
About