Barneys New York Oversized Solid Scarf
  • JULIE EGLI Oversize Scarf - STRIPE / BLACK&WHITE
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    This soft silk crepe de Chine scarf comes in a very exclusive huge size, featuring one big image of non- recurring pattern giving a lot of possibilities to play around with, creating different looks. Enjoy the bold size for a dress, even put it on your wall or use it as a plaid for your bed or sofa. Suitable for woman and man. Best friend and companion for all seasons silk keeps you warm during cold days and cool during hot days. Another benefit of silk crepe de Chine is that it has a good crease-resistant, if you will hang it with care you won't need your iron. Made in Italy, best silk and Inkjet printing quality, hand machine hemmed. The print is visible on both sides. This scarf will be delivered to you in a little textile bag.
  • Dianora Salviati Modal and Cashmere Plaid Scarf
    scoopnyc.com
    Allover plaid and subtle lace design make this oversized scarf from Dianora Salviati a great statement piece. 90% Modal, 10% Cashmere. 52 x 52.
  • Jane Carr Python Wrap Scarf
    bloomingdales.com
    Exotic looks effortless with this oversized python-print scarf from Jane Carr. Modal/cashmere. Dry clean. Imported. 86.6" X 51.2" Fringe edges.
  • ISABEL MARANT ÉTOILE Ricky oversized loose-knit scarf
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    This charcoal-grey Ricky scarf is the perfect partner to Isabel Marant Étoile’s easy-going ready to wear pieces. It’s loosely knitted from a mohair and wool-blend and features oversized tassel ends. Loop it around your neck for the cosiest of winter looks.
  • Alexander McQueen Floral Skull Oversized Wool Scarf
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    Alexander McQueenFloral Skull Oversized Wool Scarf, Gray/BlueDetailsLong Alexander McQueen scarf may be wrapped, draped, and knotted many different ways.Seasonless-weight weave with Alexander McQueen signature skull and floral motif.74" x 20" (188x51 cm).Wool.Made in Italy.Designer About Alexander McQueen:Founded by the late English designer Lee Alexander McQueen in 1992, this fashion house quickly gained a reputation for opulent (and sometimes outrageous) bespoke creations. Today the line is under the creative direction of Sarah Burton, who continues the house's tradition of turning out impeccably tailored, beautiful clothes. She created the gown worn by Catherine Middleton as she wed Prince William, becoming the Duchess of Cambridge.
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