The perfect wrap to add a splash of bright color while retaining a formal look, this slightly iridescence green stripe silk wrap has hand rolled and sewn edges adding to it's uniqueness and value.
I purchased this to wear for a wedding in California, it’s divine and the blue fringe and combination of colors remind me of the ocean . I’m wearing it with a black halter dress however I’ll wear it many times, many ways ...
- Approx. 26” x 70” (68cm x 180cm)
- 100% Silk
- Hand rolled and sewn edges
- Eyelash hem
- Hand Made in Como, Italy by Como Atelier
- Silk Shantung has a formal look to it, is often dyed brilliant colors, and is often iridescent. Frequently used for bridal dresses and formal wear as it has a slightly stiff, formal drape.
- Shantung is a silk weave with many fine horizontal slubs, (soft, irregular lumps) formed from the irregular yarns made from the silk of wild or uncultivated silkworms.
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Since 2004, Elizabetta has been designing scarves and working with only the most talented small factories in Como, Italy to print and transform our designs into fashion scarves.
Craftsmanship passed down through the generations and the highest quality materials means your scarf will be a timeless addition to your wardrobe.
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Our scarves are produced exclusively by ethical, family-owned factories in Como, Italy using non-toxic dyes and eco-conscious techniques. Better for you, better for the planet, and better for the people making our scarves.
We skip the middlemen, which allows lovers of beautifully made scarves to own something of quality at remarkably reasonable prices.
Lake Como Silk
Since the 1400s, Como has been renowned throughout the world for its silk production. A famous school for silk masters has been in operation since 1869, and the silk from Como has been chosen to dress royalty, popes, and celebrities.
Today, family companies in Como continue to produce some of the finest silk in the world.
Pure silk: natural, breathable, luxurious and long wearing.