Luxury square scarf for men and women in a French tailored frabric from Roubaix, woven in 1939, mix of Mohair & Silk micro-fantasy pattern beige gray, anthracite and a green tip of water.
Rolled hem (handkerchief finishing) Square scarf 63*63 cm, with one side including the original selvedge.
LAST PIECES Sent packaged in black tissue paper (no gift and box packaging).
Dimensions 63 * 63cm
Rolled hem finish (like handkerchief)
One side including the original selvedge.
Very light, fluid and soft, this square scarf, worn as a bandanna or bandit in the neck will be parfat under a shirt collar open or as a small scarf light for the cool summer evenings
A So chic and luxury scarf, perfect as an accessory in the evening on a city outfit but also worn more casual on a more casual look.
It is a tailor's fabric of an old drapery of Roubaix, specialist in micro-fantasy, and woven in 1939 with processes and drapery today disappeared.
Silk and Mohair blend, with various reflections due to ultra-luxurious weaving, combining several yarns of different colors: from dark gray anthracite gray navy to light gray and a tip of green, forming a micro-fantasy pattern.
Fluid, very bright, soft with a weight of 220g / m. Beautiful and very beautiful quality, really nice to wear and touch.
The fabric is thermoregulant thanks to its natural composition and has all the properties of a luxury and exclusive fabric for this summer.
Treat it and stick to it knowing you own a most exclusive scarf.
Composition: 90% Mohair and 10% Silk
Under no circumstances is an exclusive tailoring fabric, in such prestigious compositions, such as a cashmere or pure virgin lamb wool, to be put to the machine.
That is why it is important to pay the greatest attention to it.
After use, always unfasten your scarf and store it preferably laid flat without marking the folds, or hanging on a hanger.
Do not hang your scarf on the hook of a coat door to avoid unsightly deformation.
If your scarf is wrinkled, you can iron it.
I recommend using a piece of cotton (wet leg) between your scarf and the iron, to avoid burning or polishing your scarf.