Composition: 60% cotton, 20% silk, 20% cashmere
Dimensions: 23.62 inches x 76.77 inches (60cm x 195cm)
Color scheme: TABASCO BROWN
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Made in France - Lyon
A luxurious women’s scarf with cashmere. Our specially curated blend of all natural materials: cotton, silk, and cashmere, makes it incomparably soft and comfortable to wear. Cashmere is the finest and softest wool in the world, which we weave together with cotton and silk to create a high quality accessory in a timeless style. The floral pattern and pinkish beige color scheme paired with a tabasco brown are perfect for making the scarf easy to match with your coats, jackets, and parkas. Those who are more sensitive to cold will especially like this scarf. This cashmere scarf made in Lyon, France is a perfect gift for a loved one, or just to order as a special gift for yourself.
Based on a fantasy floral theme, gigantic roses and foliage drawn in pinkish beige spread out over the scarf, and magnificently stand out on the tabasco brown background. This particular shade was specially chosen in line with the latest upcoming winter fashion trends.
OUTFIT PAIRING IDEAS
You can wear this scarf together with a coat or jacket in gray, navy or beige tones. You can also wear it as a shawl over a dress, or together with a blouse and jeans. The color scheme which is at the forefront of the latest trends lights up any look. It also lends a modern and sophisticated touch to an otherwise relaxed or sporty look.
To wash a cashmere scarf, we advise washing by hand in tepid or cold water with a special wool detergent. Do not let it soak for too long. To dry, put the scarf in a cotton towel to soak up the excess water, but do not wring it out or twist it. Then lay the scarf flat to dry. You can restore the scarf’s softness and delicate touch by ironing on medium low with the vapor function. While putting it in the dryer is absolutely out of the question, you can take it in for dry cleaning instead.
The weaving method used to make this scarf involves the interweaving of silk warp thread with cashmere and cotton weft threads, utilizing a specially curated pattern. In order to do this, the Fabrique d’Écharpe weaving atelier uses Jacquard looms. The Jacquard loom was developed by Lyon-native Joseph Marie Jacquard in 1801, who created the first mechanical system that could be programmed with perforated cards to create a design by interweaving different colored threads. Thanks to the artisan weaving knowledge transmitted to us from generation to generation since 1880, today we have electronically controlled looms that allow for the scarf to be produced with impeccable quality all while respecting the purest methods of traditional Lyon Jacquard weaving.