A scarf in lovely soft lightweight linen to brighten your outfit. The perfect warm weather scarf!
The pattern is inspired by the handpainted blue and white Italian tiles dating back to the middle ages, and just as the tiles are timeless, so is this scarf.
Pure linen is a slightly stiff fabric that is renowned for its beautiful creasing and looks best when left to do what it does naturally. The more you wear it, the softer it becomes.
In the heat of New Mexico's summer this scarf is perfect.
Really light and don't feel overwhelmed by it...it adds personality, even on summer!! That's the reason why I got it! Thank you for the quick shipping too
- Approx. 23”x 74” (60 x 190cm)
- 100% Linen
- Flat sewn edges
- eyelash hems
- Made along the shores of Lake Como, Italy for Elizabetta. Only small quantities are made, ensuring you are wearing a unique fashion accessory.
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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.
Fair Labor, Fair Price
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 Fabrics
Lake Como is known worldwide for creating quality fabrics. For centuries the city of Como and its surrounding villages have been making textiles from natural fibers.
We create new fabric prints every season, and make each item in small quantities, keeping our collections fresh.