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Pick from a selection of a springtime design scarf to add to your wardrobe. This high quality light weight shawl scarf easily creates a chic and stylish look all year round. This versatile scarf is thin as a single layer shawl but folding it adds thickness as a scarf. Because it is thin it can be worn in the spring and fall when it is cool out and even during the summer in over air condition places. Due to the width of the scarf it can be folded several times to be worn as a warm scarf in winter without being bulky. It is an ideal accessory for keeping away the chill and completing any outfit and suited for both formal and casual wear. It also makes a great holiday gift for your friends and loved ones.
Before launching its own brand, Dahlia has served as the production company for many big brands over 20 years. With highly competitive pricing, superior quality and outstanding customer service, Dahlia has been regarded as one of the highest customer-rated merchants among thousands of sellers at Amazon.com since 2005.
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This scarf is beautiful. Colors are exactly as in photo. Shipped quickly. Soft to the touchPublished 5 days ago by kjs
I expected this scarf to be a little bit thicker, being made of wool, but it's paper-thin. It does have pretty design and colors though.Published 18 days ago by josephine menorca
Beautiful and warm. I have recieved a lot of compliments on this scarf. Love the Merino wool!Published 19 days ago by Shandee
This is very pretty. Kind of thin with a wide, rough weave which pulls very easy. I was expecting a tighter weave. Image shows it more white, and it is definitely ecru.Published 1 month ago by Maja Russell