Women's Grey Hand Woven Scarves(46 items)
Featured Reviews on Women's Grey Hand Woven Scarves
LOVE this raw sik
Just perfect for summer - very well made - bohemian feel. Green color is gorgeous and will add a little color to my monotone grey linen dresses. I also love that no one else will have this exact scarf. I am going to see if the artist has used the same material to make other colors. And ... the wrapping - just perfect! The person who did it must be the artist herself bc it was beautifully done, with simple materials. You could send this as a gift and the person would get it wrapped!
the floral renderings are excellent - detailed and graceful. the fabric is somewhat stiff..i like to use it as a waist tie. it hand washes fine so dont be afraid of the dry clean only tag.
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