Women's Pink Cotton Scarves(33 items)
Featured Reviews on Women's Pink Cotton Scarves
Scarves purchased for Christmas gifts
I bought 2 sets of scarves for my nieces. They loved the quality, style, colors, and personalized note.
Perfect for casual or dressy
My daughter loved this scarf. I picked it for the colors. It is bright and pretty. Definitely use this artist again.
Vinita Batik accessories
When asked about any challenges to overcome, I would say that I never have any obstacles. I think I do what I can do and don't force things that aren't ready or things that I cannot do.'
Popular Women's Pink Cotton Scarves
Cotton Wrap Scarves in Red Pink and Orange (Pair), "Delightful Breeze in Red"$29.99
Thai artisan Vinita designs a fiery pair of wrap scarves. Woven by hand of cotton, the scarves are lightweight and breezy, completed with dainty fringes at each end. One scarf features an ombre fade from soft pink to deep red while the other features an ombre fade from soft pink to dark coral for a winning combination.
Handwoven Cotton Scarf with Candy Colors from Thailand, "Charming Candy"$14.99
Crafted by the hands of Thai artisan Vinita, this cotton scarf showcases an intricate open-weave style of composition. Whimsical shades of pink, purple, blue, and tan color the hand-spun yarns, their hues bringing to mind the dazzling delight of walking through a candy store. Tan fringe completes both ends in long strands.
Two Handwoven Ombre Cotton Wrap Scarves from Thailand, "Innocent Colors"$39.95
Thai artisan Vinita designs a fascinating pair of wrap scarves. Woven by hand of cotton, the scarves are lightweight and breezy, completed with dainty fringes at each end. One scarf features ombre stripes that blend from indigo to cerulean, while the other ranges from amethyst to carnation for a winning combination.
Unique Hand Woven Cotton Scarf, "Tzutujil Rose"$49.99
This scarf from Guatemala's Community Association of Tzutujil Women Artisans is a natural treasure to behold. It is woven on a traditional loom with cotton featuring an open weave. Colors are obtained from achiote and alnus bark, which the women prepare on their own. The scarf is woven in three colors including natural cotton, a dark shade of pink obtained from the first boiling of the plants, and a lighter shade, obtained from the third boiling. "Combining achiote and alder gives us up to seven different shades, ranging from red to pink – isn't nature wonderful?!" the Tzutujil women tell us.