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  • ETRO Wool-Silk Printed Scarf
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    Light as air in wool and silk, Etro's scarf is finished with a youthful fringe trim and happy floral print. Wool and silk in pink with multicolor print, frayed ends. Square shape. Let it pop against a bright white t-shirt. 50% Wool, 50% Silk. Dry clean.
  • ETRO Wool-Silk Printed Scarf
    stylebop.com
    Light as air in wool and silk, Etro's scarf is finished with a youthful fringe trim and happy floral print. Wool and silk in multicolor print, frayed ends. Square shape. Style with sharp tailoring or a tough biker. 50% Wool, 50% Silk.
  • Halston Heritage Printed silk scarf
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    Halston Heritage pink scarf. Printed silk. Designer signature in print. Dry clean.
  • Floral Silk Scarf
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    Brand from China: Thantrue. Color: Yellow, Materials: 100%Silk, Size: Length: 188cm, Width: 55cm, Care: Hand Wash
  • Amalfi Lobster Cotton Voile Scarf in Tomato design by Thomas Paul
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    These cotton scarves are made from a 100% cotton blend and are hand silk-screened with signature Thomaspaul prints. Lightweight and breezy, these scarves double easily as a casual cover-up or a chic wardrobe accessory. Each scarf measures 40"x80" for plenty of draping options. Lightweight 100% cotton. 40"x 80". The Amalfi collection is inspired by. the glamorous and alluring, Amalfi Coast in Italy, during the 1960's. A fun collection of bold prints in vibrant hues and vintage themes, for your home and any seaside escape. Happy travels!. 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.
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