Grey Striped Linen Unisex Scarf

£27.00

Pure Linen Scarf in Striped Grey. Handwoven in a handloom by our Social Enterprise partner from India.

Size 200 L X 60 W cm

Lightweight and versatile, this grey linen scarf is a large size scarf which can be worn as a scarf, wrap or a shawl. Great for all seasons and easy to style, this scarf looks great on both men and women. With striped pattern all over the scarf ,this is an unique piece which will make a great gift for both men and women.

Why choose Linen scarf : Linen is a natural fabric, its breathability and aesthetic appeal has made it a fabric of choice for many centuries. Its luxurious yet relaxed texture makes it a timeless piece. Linen are known to have hypoallergenic quality which also makes it a great choice for people with sensitive skin. It is also more sustainable than cotton which makes it more appealing for those who are trying to live a more sustainable lifestyle. Linen wrinkles easily but this is part of its charm, the wrinkled appearance looks good especially on a scarf .

Who made these scarves :The handloom artisans who hand weaved these scarves are part of a Social Enterprise called Kilmora. Kilmora work with the villagers who are based in the hill area of Uttarakhand District in the foothills of the Himalayas. Living in an area where job opportunities are scarce, handloom weaving help the weavers to earn an income the whole year round and receive a fair price for each of the piece they weaved. Earning a fair price through their work enable them to look forward to a better future for their children and for themselves. Keeping their craft going is crucial for their livelihoods and those around them.

How to care for your Linen Scarf : To retain its colour, for the first few washes, wash it with cooler water temperature using milder detergent. It can be machine washed, hand washed and tumble dried. Avoid high heat as this tend to shrink the fabric.

Handmade disclaimer : Due to its handmade nature, please note that there may be slight irregularity and variations in the pattern.

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