Women's Striped Blue Scarves(77 items)
Featured Reviews on Women's Striped Blue Scarves
Beautiful and practical.
Airy and lightweight while keeping my neck warm on chilly days. Versatile, very pretty, and well made. Wonderful artisan.
Beautiful, colorful scarf!
I love this colorful scarf, which is made of a gauzy but somewhat thick cotton material. I am still wearing it in the fall months. I am not someone who wears bright colors.... this is more rich tones, which are perfect for me.
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Hand Woven Rayon Scarf in Shades of Blue and Lilac, "Multicolor Blue Bamboo"
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