Silk Crepe Wrap
If you want to update some pieces in your
wardrobe, our accessories are a great way
to do that! Our wraps are very popular -
they are small yet pack a big visual
impact. Wraps feature a triangular
design in the back.
Chiffon Scarf : approximately 10" x 60" , this
sheer chiffon scarf is a great way to update
your wardrobe (available in marbled or dyed patterns)
Pleated Charmeuse Scarf: Beautiful hand-dyed
pleated scarf is an elegant look
To see color options, visit the Fabrics page.
|Silk Chiffon Shibori Scarf
||Silk Crepe Wrap
||Silk Chiffon Scarf
Our silk wraps are wonderful and can
be worn in a variety of ways! The wrap
looks great coming and going!
Tie your wrap in the front, drape it
over your shoulder, wear as a skirt over
yoga pants - endless options!
Get creative with our wraps - your
imagination is your only limit!
Shown below are some great ways to get creative with your scarves - they can add a lot of fresh punch to your existing closet!
can easily create any of the looks shown above - they are variations of
the same technique. To create the styles shown on the far left
and far right, fold the scarf lengthwise and hold the two ends in
one hand and the folded loop end in the other hand. Place the
scarf around the back of the neck. Place the two ends through the
loop and pull as tight as you want - you can wear straight down or up
on the side. Secure with a pin if needed.
To create the two center styles, place the center of the scarf at the front of your throat. Wrap the ends around the back of your neck and then tie back in front. You could also secure with a pretty pin of some type to make sure it does not move.
styles shown above are great ways to wear a scarf longer. To
create the first image on the left, just place the scarf around the
neck with the ends in front. Pull the two ends through any type of ring to hold in place. The second look
is created by placing the center of the scarf in the front and wrapping
the 2 ends around your neck back to the front where they drape
gracefully. The third style is a much longer scarf that has been
wrapped twice around the neck and tied in back. The last style on
the right is created by placing the scarf around the neck with the two
ends in the front - make sure one end is 10-12 inches longer than the
other. Grab a piece of the scarf anywhere on the short end and
then two pieces of the scarf on the longer end (about 8" apart).
Pull all 3 pieces that you have pulled through any type of ring - pull
through as much or little as you want to create a little pouf.