Unisex Breezy Scarf

You’ll love it because: Super soft and dyed in natural indigo, this scarf works well for both men and women. Plus, it’s a fair trade gift and souvenir from Laos!

Price:

$20.00

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Description

Our Head of Production Mrs. Lear realised early on that if you combine hand loomed cotton with rayon, the handfeel of the textile becomes luxuriously soft! This combination shows up in a number of our scarves, and we stay true to making sure both the rayon and cotton fibres are sustainable, low impact and naturally dyed.

In this easy breezy scarf, we use rayon for the warp and local Lao cotton for the weft. A few multicolored yarns adds dimension, making this loose weave scarf super versatile and fun to wear.

Additional information

Weight200 g

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