Skinny Heua Phae Rainbow Scarf

You’ll love it because: A blend of natural rayon plus organic Lao cotton makes the scarf super soft, while the rainbow stripes make it super fun!

Price:

$27.00

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Description

Like it’s big sister the Heua Phae Rainbow Scarf, the Skinny Heua Phae Rainbow Scarf  is inspired by the festival of light that happens around October time. The festival is celebrated with candlelight processions and the release of floating bamboo offerings into the Mekong River.

Heua Phae means raft in Laos. The warp is rayon. We have set it up with coloured stripes. We then weave one color of organic Lao cotton. It’s skinny status does not make it less warm or cozy. This is a casual and fun scarf to wear.

Additional information

WeightN/A
Color

Dark Blue, Grey, Light Blue, Turquoise

Made by:

Mrs. Faa

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