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Mien Yao Silk Scarf

You’ll love it because: Eco-friendly, sustainable silk with lovely drape will up your jeans and t-shirt game, and of course add elegance for fancier events!

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The Mien Yao silk scarf pays homage to the Mien Yao people who live in Northern Laos. Their jackets often feature a single large pattern on the back, particularly the wedding apron often features a diamond shape motif.

We have created a supplementary weave pattern and isolated that in the centre of the scarf. The scarf is made with handspun silk, from Bombyx Mori cocoons. Handwoven at the Living Crafts Centre.

  • Material: 100% silk
  • Care Instructions: Dry clean
  • Dimensions: Medium – 180 cm x 38 cm (70.9 in x 15 in); Large – 250 cm x 38 cm (98.4 in x 15 in)

Additional information

Color

Black, Blue, Grey, Olive, Red

Size

38×180, 38×250

Made by:

Mrs. Bouaphan

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