Summer Eri Scarf

You’ll love it because: Woven with 100% Eri silk, which is also known as “peace silk” or “vegan silk”. Sustainable, eco-friendly, cruelty-free and of course very soft!

Price:

$55.00

Description

This raw silk scarf is soft and cozy, but not as thick as it’s big sister the Peace Silk Scarf. Making it the perfect summer scarf. The soft silk comes from the Eri silkworm. Gandhi named this silk, peace silk, as the butterfly can emerge from the cocoon and complete its life cycle. It’s also called vegan silk.

This discrete pattern adds texture to this otherwise simple scarf. Wrap it on over a shirt, or drape it over your shoulders like a shawl.

Additional information

WeightN/A
Color

Black, Blue, Purple, Red, White

Made by:

Ms. Phonesouk

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