The Upcycled Luxurious Silk Scarf Patterned - Black and gold crosses
The scarf that you can practically wear the whole year! This elegant handwoven silk scarf with beautiful patterns and natural sheen is upcycled from the remnants of silk yarn. The excellent craftmanship is visible in the scarf which gets its pattern the way it is woven on the handloom. The tassels bordering the hem of the scarf give it a bold look. This earth friendly scarf is handcrafted by women artisans from rural India who have mastered the art of weaving from generations of experience and where life moves at its own pace far from urban madness. No rigid instructions were given to the women for the patterns, each scarf is their own creativity.
Make your unique sustainable style statement with this one of a kind scarf that rescues leftover scraps of the luxury fashion and supports women artisans from the rural India.
Upcycled from leftover silk yarns
Has a natural luster unique to the silk
Hand Crafted in elegant patterns
Handwoven using traditional handloom technique
Supports women artisans from rural parts of India
This gorgeous scarf is upcycled from the left over spindles of yarn after the core silk ensemble collection was complete. Each scarf is made from a combination of the two types of silk - Pat silk and Tussar silk.
This is truly a piece of art brought to you from the women artisans of India for whom weaving is a soulful activity. Each piece is unique and one of a kind.
Please note that since each piece is made up of reclaimed and upcycled materials and is fully handcrafted, there could be slight variations from the pictures above
If you are not satisfied with your purchase for any reason, you can return the product free of charge for a period of 30 days after initial purchase
Dimensions: 75"L, 18"W
Materials : 100% silk remnants (varying combination of Pat silk and Tussar silk)
Weaving is a soulful activity for these women and they take immense pride in their work. ll styles and textures that you notice on these scarves are a result of weaving on the loom, it's just how they are weaved determines the final pattern that the scarf will take. Learn More…
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