Cedric Charlier Oversized Splatter Print Scarf - Cédric Charlier
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    This season thomaspaul looks to London for inspiration; specifically the London of the late 1960s and early 1970s. The patterns are a mixed lot - geometrics play off of sweet floral patterns, art nouveau sits next to art deco - and these are all interspersed with thomaspaul's signature animal motifs. It is all about mixing, matching, and layering patterns and colors. So feel free to embrace your inner English eccentric!. 100% merino wool. hand-screened. 28" x 80".
  • Collection Xiix Tropical Floral Scarf Top Wrap
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    Sheer beauty. Get dressed up in an instant with this easy, breezy scarf top from Collection Xiix featuring an oversize tropical floral print. Blue.
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    This season thomaspaul looks to London for inspiration; specifically the London of the late 1960s and early 1970s. The patterns are a mixed lot - geometrics play off of sweet floral patterns, art nouveau sits next to art deco - and these are all interspersed with thomaspaul's signature animal motifs. It is all about mixing, matching, and layering patterns and colors. So feel free to embrace your inner English eccentric! 100% merino wool. hand-screened. 28" x 80".
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  • Riverside Tool and Dye Hand Dyed Black Hex Scarf design by Riverside Tool & Dye
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    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 Hex design creates a series of organic hexagonal shapes that repeat all over the throw with a watercolor effect. A detail of the pattern can be seen in the third product shot. This listing is for one 45x45 inch scarf in black and white using the Hex design.

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