Shades of berry, plum, yellow and black with white and a touch of lime. This double-sided skinny silk scarf can be worn as a neckerchief, around your wrist, around a handbag handle, as a hairband, tied on a belt loop, or around your ponytail.
Any way you choose to style it, it is simply one of the easiest ways to add a pop of color to your outfit!
Cut and sewn on the true bias, this scarf drapes beautifully and makes a pretty bow.
- Approx. 3” x 43.5” (7.5cm x 110cm)
- 100% soft silk twill
- Printed design
- Double-sided. One side printed, the other solid raspberry.
- Made for Elizabetta along the shores of Lake Como, Italy in a family-owned mill. Only small quantities are made, ensuring you are wearing a unique fashion accessory.
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Since 2004, we've been designing silk scarves and working with only the most talented artisans to produce our designs. Craftsmanship passed down through the generations and the highest quality materials means your pocket square will be a timeless addition to your wardrobe.
Fair Labor, Fair Price
Our silk scarves are produced exclusively by family-owned workshops in Italy using non-toxic dyes. We skip the middlemen, so you get the same quality as the luxury brands at a fraction of the price.
Lake Como Silk
Since the 1400s, Como has been renowned throughout the world for its silk production. A famous school for silk masters has been in operation since 1869, and the silk from Como has been chosen to dress royalty, popes, and celebrities.