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  • RAMPAGE Women's Floral Lt Weight Oblong Scarves
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    Light weight oblong scarf 23 inch x 75 inch can be worn all seasons. Stay fashionable and stylish by adding floral prints. One hundred percent polyester can be hand washed in cold water
  • Whistles Pampus Print Scarf
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    Channel thoughts of exotic climes with this beautiful printed scarf. The botanical cerulean and green leaf print is bound to transport you – and your wardrobe – straight from the office to somewhere entirely more tropical. For successful impact, drape over simple, neutral staples. · Exotic leaf print · Vibrant green and cerulean grounded by neutral navy · Drape over simple staples
  • Giraffe Wool Scarf in Lavender design by Thomas Paul
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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".
  • Knutsford Women's Floral Printed Cashmere Blend Scarf - Floral Blue
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    Quintessentially British brand Knutsford present the women's floral printed cashmere blend scarf. An arrangement of English country inspired flowers sit upon a cashmere blend fabric to create this luxurious accessory. Detailed with softly fringed edges for a classic finish. K.N. Cashmere Blend. Dimensions: 69 x 97cm (27" x 38") Made in Scotland. Exclusive to Coggles, Knutsford's knitwear and accessories collection comprises bespoke pieces inspired by Britain's rich manufacturing heritage. A fine display of exemplary craftsmanship. Johnstons of Elgin are purveyors of Scottish woollens and fine cashmere by The Royal Appointment to HRH The Prince of Wales. Established in 1797, the company was granted the Royal Warrant in 2013 for the manufacture and supply of Estate Tweed cloth to the Royal household. Over the course of the company's 200 year history, this honour marks a special recognition of a declining industry. The acknowledgement helps promote the use of domestically grown fibre by endorsing the work of farmers of British and Scottish wool.

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