Chevron Stripe Pattern Pure Pashmina Cashmere Scarf From Nepal
  • Tillandsia Purple
  • Brown
  • Norse Blue
  • Purple
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80 INCH LENGTH X 20 INCH WIDTH
$250
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Twill Weave Pure Pashmina Cashmere Plain Scarf From Nepal
  • Poppy Red
  • Light Pink
  • Pink
  • Red
  • Rose Pink
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72 INCH LENGTH X 18 INCH WIDTH
$145
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$145
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72 INCH LENGTH X 18 INCH WIDTH
$110
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Banarasi Scarf with Tanchoi weave
  • Madder Brown
  • Brick Red
  • Grape Mist
  • Heritage Blue
  • Infinity
  • Marlin
  • Mint Gray
  • Oxblood Red
  • Purple Orchid
  • Red Orange
  • Sepia
  • Linden Green
  • Nugget
  • Tawny Brown
  • Camellia
  • Burnt Russet
  • Curry
  • Ember Glow
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5.6 ft x 1.7 ft
$10
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Tie-Dye Bandhani Scarf from Gujarat with Golden Patch Border
  • Rhubarb
  • Plateau Rose
  • Bittersweet Red
  • Mauve Wood
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Gautam Buddha Block-Printed Prayer Scarf
  • Green
  • Sky Blue
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5.2 ft x 1.8 ft
$12
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Pure Pashmina Two Ply Plain Weave Scarf From Nepal
  • Etherea Brown
  • Minimal Gray
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72 INCH LENGTH X 18 INCH WIDTH
$115
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Plain Weave Pure Pashmina Scarf From Nepal
  • Cloud Cream
  • Jalapeno Red
  • Trasparent Yellow
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72 INCH LENGTH X 12 INCH WIDTH
$105
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$115
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Pure Pashmina Plaid Check Pattern Scarf From Nepal
  • Black
  • Cloud Cream
  • Swim Cap
  • Wild Wind
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72 INCH LENGTH X 12 INCH WIDTH
$115
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$100
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5.2 ft x 1.8 ft
$12
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Plain Pashmina Scarf With Fringe From Nepal
  • Novelle Peach
  • Purple Rose
  • Red
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72 INCH LENGTH X 12 INCH WIDTH
$105
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60 INCH LENGTH X 12 INCH WIDTH
$105
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$105
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Plain Pashmina Silk Scarf From Nepal
  • Lemonade
  • Off White
  • Shifting Sand
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72 INCH LENGTH X 18 INCH WIDTH
$115
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80 INCH LENGTH X 9 INCH WIDTH
$90
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Plain Reversible Water-Pashmina Scarf from Nepal
  • Riviera
  • Cinnabar
  • Deep Sea
  • Grapeade
  • Heron
  • Lavender
  • Slate Rose
  • Arabesque
  • Parisian Blue
  • Brick Dust
  • Holly Berry
  • Lemon Grass
  • Port Royale
  • Wistful Mauve
  • Amber Light
  • Ramba Red
  • Cow Hide
  • Lollipop
  • Lunar Rock
  • Pumpkin
  • Myrtle
  • Orchid Tint
  • Sweet Lilac
  • Bistro Green
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5.1 ft x 1.0 ft
$15
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Stretchable Woven Scarf
  • Pistachio Green
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6.6 ft x 1.5 ft
$15
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Leirum Scarf from Manipur with Thread Weave on Border
  • Onyx Black
  • Vibrant Orange
  • Cherry Tomato
  • Festival Fuchsia
  • Formula One
  • Orient Blue
  • Spectrum Blue
  • Ecru
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6.0 ft x 0.8 ft
$20
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72 INCH LENGTH X 15 INCH WIDTH
$115
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60 INCH LENGTH X 12 INCH WIDTH
$115
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72 INCH LENGTH X 18 INCH WIDTH
$115
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60 INCH LENGTH X 12 INCH WIDTH
$105
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Pashmina Silk Plain Scarf From Nepal With Tassels
  • Blue
  • Cloud Cream
  • Gossamer Green
  • Magic Blue
  • Sap Green
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72 INCH LENGTH X 18 INCH WIDTH
$115
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72 INCH LENGTH X 18 INCH WIDTH
$130
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3.6 ft x 6.8 ft
$22
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Reversible Jamawar Scarf from Amritsar with Woven Paisleys
  • Burnt Russet
  • Antelope
  • Garnet
  • Ginger
  • Grenadine
  • Mars Red
  • Oxblood Red
  • Peat Black
  • Raspberry Wine
  • Tandori Spice
  • Tomato
  • Windsor Wine
  • Wren
  • Burnt Ochre
  • Cayenne
  • Clover
  • Mixed Color
  • Red And Green
  • Yellow And Red
  • High Risk Red
  • Scarlet Black
  • Snow Leopard
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5.5 ft x 1.1 ft
$25
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Banarasi Handloom Scarf with All-Over Tanchoi Weave
  • Caviar Black
  • Eyes Green
  • Orange Popsickle
  • Dazzling Blue
  • Curry
  • Festival Fuchsia
  • Tangarine
  • Golden Nugget
  • Greenery
  • Gull Gray
  • Meadow Green
  • Dynasty Green
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5.6 ft x 1.7 ft
$30
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Pashmina Silk Plain Woven Scarf From Nepal With Fringes
  • Norse Blue
  • Odyssey Gray
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80 INCH LENGTH X 15 INCH WIDTH
$130
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80 INCH LENGTH X 18 INCH WIDTH
$125
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Scarf from Nepal with Woven Stripes
  • Caviar Black
  • Ivory
  • Creole Pink
  • Freesia Yellow
  • Gray
  • Grayed Jade
  • Lavender Frost
  • Orchid Tint
  • Peach
  • Tobacco Brown
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5.1 ft x 1.0 ft
$30
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Tusha Scarf from Kashmir with Sozni Embroidered Border
  • Cendre Blue
  • Ivory
  • Antique Green
  • Cornstalk
  • Deep Teal
  • Flame Scarlet
  • French Oak
  • Pale Khaki
  • Rust
  • Seneca Rock
  • Tango Red
  • Wood Ash
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5.4 ft x 1.2 ft
$35
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Zari Ektara Banarasi Scarf with Tanchoi Weave
  • Blue And Pink
  • Red And Blue
  • Red And Gold
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5.8 ft x 1.8 ft
$40
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6.0 ft x 1.8 ft
$42.25
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Pure Pashmina Plain Weave Scarf With Fringe From Nepal
  • Ice Water
  • Trasparent Yellow
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60 INCH LENGTH X 12 INCH WIDTH
$105
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80 INCH LENGTH X 15 INCH WIDTH
$130
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72 INCH LENGTH X 18 INCH WIDTH
$90
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Plain Pashmina Silk Scarf From Nepal
  • Pink
  • Pool Green
  • Purple
  • Red
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72 INCH LENGTH X 18 INCH WIDTH
$130
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Multi-Color Hand-woven Folk Shawl from Kutch
  • Ivory
  • Melow Buff
  • Amber
  • Orange
  • Topaz
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6.8 ft x 3.1 ft
$65
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Plain Cashmere Scarf from Nepal with Woven Border
  • Ivory
  • Smoke Gray
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6.0 ft x 1.0 ft
$80
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5.5 ft x 1.1 ft
$110
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Pure Pashmina Colour Block Scarf From Nepal
  • Brown
  • Gray
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72 INCH LENGTH X 12 INCH WIDTH
$130
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Reversible Pashmina Silk Plain Scarf With Fringe From Nepal
  • Bombay Brown
  • Iron Gate
  • Red
  • Ribbon Red
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80 INCH LENGTH X 20 INCH WIDTH
$175
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Hand-Painted Pattachitra Silk Scarf from Orissa
  • Yellow Gold
  • Opal Green
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7.5 ft x 1.75 ft
$85
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Reversible Jamawar Scarf from Amritsar with Woven Paisleys
  • Beige Leopard
  • Bristol Black
  • Granita
  • Winter Bloom
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64 Length X 13 Width
$21
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Crinkled Scarf with Woven Stripes
  • Brown
  • Charcoal Gray
  • Navy
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6.1 ft x 1.9 ft
$10
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$245
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5.4 ft x 1.1 ft
$275
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Plain Pure Cashmere Woven Scarf from Nepal
  • Beige
  • Charcoal Gray
  • Chicory Coffee
  • Crystal Rose
  • Firecracker
  • Irish Cream
  • Opaline Green
  • Salsa Red
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5.8 ft x 1 ft
$65
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$45
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Plain Pure Pashmina Scarf from Nepal with All-Over Weave
  • Aquamarine
  • Campanula
  • Caviar Black
  • Bittersweet Red
  • Nine Iron
  • Orange Peel
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Plain Pure Pashmina Scarf from Nepal with All-Over Weave
  • Patriot Blue
  • Brownie
  • Camelia Orange
  • Citrus
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Cashmere Men's Scarf from Nepal with Checks Weave
  • Marina
  • Old Gold
  • River Blue
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5.8 ft x 1.0 ft
$120
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$22.50
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The pristine fashion accessory with a tinge of convention - Scarves

Are scarves fashionable? If you are looking for an answer to that question, “YES” is the answer. You are missing out on a lot if you aren’t accessorizing your daily outfits with elegant or funky scarves. Brigitte Bardot converted her scarf into a dramatic headpiece, showing us just how decorations may be paired with your everyday style just as effortlessly as Audrey Hepburn accomplished with her scarves knotted all around the neck. A scarf is now regarded as an indispensable constituent of attire and a hallmark of feminine elegance. 


The scarf is a fashion necessity because it serves as an excellent highlight for both men and women. Scarves can now be donned and fashioned in a plethora of ways, making it a multipurpose statement piece. Scarves tend to create a sense of intrigue against a contemporary profile, creating an aesthetic appearance, whether you prefer to pair it with formal attire or tone it down with just a casual style. Fashion scarves blend creativity and innovative design to offer the bearer pleasure and fashionability whilst, of course, trying to attract attention. Even during winter, it's a good idea to put on a scarf since winter is soon to arrive. It looks fantastic and provides a means to keep you toasty. In this scenario, a colorful, vibrant checkered scarf could be a wardrobe staple that could also be extremely appealing.


  1. Cashmere Scarves for the cold days and nights: Next winter, swap your old scarves with a woolen cashmere scarf for twice the elegance and insulation! These magnificent scarves are great investments. This indicates that all these kinds of scarves will constantly defy trends and remain desirable throughout eternity. Cashmere Scarves are created from the fur of exceptionally specialized goat breeds prevalent in highlands, especially Kashmir. The reality that it is composed of animal fiber not only aids in heating but also ensures that there won't be any friction-related skin redness, which occurs frequently while using synthetic fabrics. For a luxury upgrade, add cashmere scarves to your ensemble!


  1. Lustrous Silk Scarves for the glamorous occasions: Silk scarves are unquestionably among the most opulent articles of clothing to own due to the historic importance connected with it. They were originally donned to demonstrate socioeconomic standing, and just the rich elite would exhibit them. Since everything has altered, they represent fine dress sense rather than anything else. It's difficult to watch a drama with the privileged as its primary topic without recognizing such sorts of scarves on each and every single personality. Their status as an icon is indisputable regardless of whether they're donned as a necktie or a shawl. Regular scarves are simply not acceptable at gatherings like dances, club nights, romantic nights, or soirees. This is where embroidered silk scarves come into play. These sorts of scarves can turn your simple outfit into a drop-dead-gorgeous, glamorous one, and add the much needed luster to your party attire. Glamorous silk scarves go best with little dresses for nights out at the club or pub. Swing them over a cute skirt and trendy top ensemble for dinner dates. There is absolutely nothing better to dress to cocktail parties than a gown! Keep your accessories to a minimum to minimize clashing against the already dazzling beauties.


FAQS


Q1. Can scarves be donned as bandanas?


Yes, Bandanas are renowned for just being unrestricted and haute couture and are commonly wrapped on the head, all around the neck, and sometimes even wrapped around your arm or handbag. They enhance other trinkets and make a wonderful addition to your outfit as well as to your hairstyle.


Q2. What does presenting a scarf to someone depict?


It serves as a symbol of respect and affection. Every woman should have a few statement scarves in her wardrobe. Designed to be layered over the rest of your ensemble, a scarf is a versatile item of clothing that could be used to add some jazz to an everyday outfit as well as make a statement. The ones in this section are distinctly ethnic ones, handpicked from pockets across the subcontinent for the unusual weaves and embroideries that characterise them. For example, woollen matted scarves and soft printed ones are featured in this section next to gosammer numbers from Banaras exhibiting exquisite weaves like tanchoi as well as zariwork and other distinct embroideries. Wools, including pashminas, and silks are the dominant fabrics given their functionality for the winters, even though a tonne of downy cottons complete the collection. The colour palette is diverse, what with the a plethora of neutrals and vibrant pastels to suit a variety of moods and occasions. What sets these scarves apart from your run-of-the-mill ehtnic scarves is the fact that each of these one-of-a-kind pieces feature a weave and/or an embroidery that is endemic to the place it has been sourced from. In other words, irrespective of whether you team your chosen pieces from this section with Indian or western attires, these scarves would start conversations wherever you go.


Q3. What is the purpose of a scarf?


A piece of fabric wrapped around the neck or head for the purpose of providing warmth, shielding the wearer from the sun, preventing the spread of germs, enhancing one's sense of style, adhering to certain religious tenets, or demonstrating one's allegiance to a particular sports club or team is known as a scarf (or, more commonly, They are able to be crafted using a wide range of fabrics, including wool, linen, silk, or cotton, amongst others.


Q4. What is the purpose of a scarf?

 

The scarf is worn for a variety of purposes by men and women, as well as children of all ages, and for a variety of reasons, including to keep warm, to keep cool, for cultural, religious, or spiritual reasons, or just for fashion.

 

Your neck can be shielded from the chilly weather by wearing a scarf. In the event that you so desire, you might furthermore wrap it around your head and ears. One of the useful reasons why you should rely on scarves throughout the winter is as follows. When you breathe in while wearing a scarf, you may really generate a pocket of warm air there, in addition to the fact that it protects your skin.

 

Q5. Who started the scarf trend?

 

As time went on, there came a point in history when people started to consider scarves as more of a fashion item than they had in the past. It is reported that Napoleon presented his first wife, Josephine, with a cashmere scarf that had been received from India. Around the same period, the Third Duke of Krakow is said to have been the one who first crocheted a scarf. The rise to power of Queen Victoria in the 1800s coincided with the beginning of the scarf's meteoric rise to fame. It is reported that the Queen wore silk scarves as fashion accessories, which helped to popularize them among the folks.

 

Q6. Why do Indians wear scarves?

 

It used to be normal practice to drape a scarf over one's neck as a manner of displaying respect to one's elders and other males, as well as to portray a woman's feminine beauty and dignity. This was a popular practice in Indian culture. In today's society, hiding one's head or face by donning a veil or other kind of head covering, such as a scarf or a hat, is more of a fashion statement than it is a functional need. Veils were not customarily worn by women in the southern area of India, therefore they did not cover their hair or heads.

 

Q7. How do Indians wear scarves?

 

There is no universally known practice for draping a dupatta and a large variety of options exist. Furthermore, the style of the dupatta has evolved over the course of so many years as a direct result of time and the movement of fashion towards a more modern look. One of the most common ways to wear a dupatta is to drape it over both shoulders and then wrap it around one's head. That's backwards from the way it's worn nowadays. On the other hand, a dupatta can also be worn in a manner like a cape by wrapping it over the wearer's torso. That's what we call the "wrapped torso" look.

 

Q8. Why scarves were originally invented?

 

Since ancient times, people have been seen wearing scarves. It is reported that Queen Nefertiti of Ancient Egypt wore a headscarf that was densely woven, while the Statue of Ashurnasirpal II of the 9th century BC depicts the Emperor wearing a shawl over his shoulders. Both of these items date back to 1350 BC.

 

Instead of wearing it to keep warm, people in ancient Rome wore it to remain clean. It was known as a focale or a sudarium, which derives its name from the Latin word for "sweat cloth." Its purpose was to remove perspiration from the face and neck during times of extreme heat. In the beginning, men would wrap them around their necks or fasten them to their belts to wear them.

 

Q9. Who wore head scarves first?

 

In accordance with the dictates of an ancient Assyrian text that dates back to the 13th century B.C., women, daughters, and widows were required to wear head coverings as a public demonstration of their devotion to God. This was done in order to show that they were devoted to God. It was the very first time in modern times that the law addressed the wearing of head coverings in a direct and specific manner, and it was also the very first time that it did so.

 

Q10. What are women's scarves called?

 

A Shawl. A larger piece of fabric that may be wrapped around the torso is referred to as "shawl," which is also the name of the garment. The piece of cloth is almost always in the shape of a rectangle, although it is also possible for it to be in the shape of a triangle or a square. A shawl is a piece of clothing that can be worn for protection or as an adornment. It is typically worn by women and can be draped over the shoulders, the neck, or the head. The most common shapes for shawls are square, oblong, and triangular. It is an item of clothing that has been worn as part of everyday dress in the vast majority of countries throughout the world ever since ancient times.

 

Q11. How do you maintain a wool scarf?

 

Cold water and gentle handling are the keys to spotless hand washing. Wool scarves should be air-dried in a flat position or on a drying rack. It's best to stay away from hot water at all costs. Your scarf or shawl will last longer if you dry clean it once or twice a year. The services of an expensive dry cleaner are not necessary unless you need expert assistance; you may accomplish this in the comfort of your own home. Treat stains as soon as possible, then blot clean with water and a light soap. A wool scarf may be revitalized by just airing it out.

 

Use sealed boxes, crates, and trunks to transport your belongings. Keep moths, beetles, and silverfish out of your storage area by spraying it with an insect repellent or hanging a dried lavender sachet in the door. To press wool, use the cotton setting on your iron. Remove shine using a press cloth.

 

Q12. Can a wool scarf be washed?

 

Yes. After you have turned the woolen item you are wearing inside out, you will need to hand wash it in water that is clean and lukewarm, somewhere around 30 degrees Celsius, using a detergent that is gentle and not harsh. You should wash it in water that is this temperature, using a mild detergent that is not harsh. After allowing the item to soak for 10 minutes, you should give it a thorough rinse, first in water that is lukewarm and then, as the final stage in the process, in water that is cold.

 

Q13. How do you take care of a scarf?

 

Avoiding bleaching the scarf, soaking it, wringing it out, and drying it in the dryer are all very important things to do with the scarf. The majority of the times, scarves are straightforward accessories to keep. Most of the time, they may be hand washed in lukewarm water with a small amount of detergent. After being cleaned, they should be hung up in the shade to dry while being wrapped in a towel first so that any excess water may be absorbed by the towel. The wool should be covered with a cloth before being ironed, and the iron should be set to the wool setting. You might also decide to get your scarf dry cleaned if that is a method that is more convenient for you.

 

Q14. What is the best material for a scarf?

 

Mulberry silk scarves are often regarded as the most elegant choice among the available options. When compared to the other materials that are used in the manufacturing of scarves, the natural fibers of mulberry silk are extremely long and uniform. This is one of the factors that contribute to the exceptional softness of the fabric. Silk's lightness, airiness, and natural capacity to breathe make it a superior temperature regulator than other fabrics like cotton. Cotton can't compare to silk's ability to maintain a constant temperature. Wearing silk can help you keep dry and cool because of silk's natural ability to wick away moisture from the skin.

 

Q15. How long do silk scarves last?

 

If you take good care of your silk scarf and store it properly, you won't have to replace it with a new one every few years and get rid of the old one as often as you would if you didn't do either of those things. Instead, you'll be able to keep the old one and buy a new one when you need a replacement. Silk scarves have the potential to outlast their owners if they are given the right amount of care and attention throughout the course of their lives. If you do make the decision to get rid of anything that is made of silk, the process of recycling it won't take decades or centuries to finish.

 

Q16. Can silk scarves get wet?

 

The vast majority of scarves, particularly those with straightforward designs, should be cleaned by hand for the best potential outcomes. It is recommended that scarves be washed by hand in water that is around room temperature. It is highly recommended that you make use of a container that is roomy as well as sanitary, such as a clean sink, a little water basin, a small bucket, a large bowl, or a huge pail. Always be sure to use a mild, soapy detergent that is meant for fine washables like silk and wool, and check to see that the detergent does not include any chlorine.


Q17. What is the best way to store silk scarves?


It is best to keep scarves made of silk somewhere dry and at a cool temperature while storing them. Because it is so prone to creasing, leaving it bunched up or folded will not achieve the desired result. When keeping objects for an extended length of time, it is best to use a cotton bag that has breathability. It is of the utmost significance in this circumstance to conceal it from the light so that the fiber does not get brittle and the scarf does not lose its natural color. Never store silk scarves in plastic bags since doing so can cause the fabric to become ruined from excess moisture.


Q18. What is the neck scarf called?

 

Neckerchiefs are a type of neckwear that are commonly associated with people who work or live outside, such as farm laborers, cowboys, and sailors; therefore, it is common to see these types of individuals wearing neckerchiefs. This is due to the fact that neckerchiefs are commonly associated with people who work or live outside. A neckerchief can also be referred to as a necker, a kerchief, or even a scarf. These are some of the other names that are sometimes used.


Q19. How do you protect a cashmere scarf?

 

Cashmere can be washed by hand as long as it is done in cold water with a mild soap. When it comes to cashmere, hand washing is kinder and better for the environment than dry cleaning. To clean your clothing, just soak it in water for about 20 minutes. Putting your item inside out in a garment bag and washing it on the delicate cycle should also work if time is of the essence.

 

Heat will make cashmere shrink, so it must be dried in the air. If you need a cashmere scarf to dry faster, lay it on a towel and slowly roll the towel to press out the excess water. Don't squeeze to dry. Cashmere's worst enemy is the moth. Keep them from chewing on your valuable cashmere by putting it in a drawer that closes tightly. Cedar blocks can help keep moths away, and they smell great as well.