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Floating Threads Scarf
Item #22268
Was: $45.00 Now: $29.99
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As soft and airy as an ocean breeze—to drape, wrap, or knot with the mere fluff of a hand. Artistic and contemporary, this Floating Threads Scarf captures the light, morphing in an instant from brilliant greens and blues to turquoise. The opalescent hues and sense of movement of this Floating Threads Scarf are created by gossamer, free-form threads encased by sheer layers of fabric. 100% silk. Imported.
This barely there Floating Threads Scarf evokes a stunning array of silk scarves—printed and woven—held in our Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum’s extraordinary textile collection.
75"l. x 20"w.

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Customer Reviews

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By Nancy M
Hillsborough, NC
May 01, 2017
"Really beautiful and soft. Wonderful in summer because it's so light and airy."
By Doc
San Antonio, TX
April 25, 2017
"Because the floating threads are sandwiched between 2 pcs. of filmy fabric, I have difficulty putting it on so it looks correctly. Tends to look a little bulky."
By daphne
los angeles
November 30, 2016
"This scarf is quite lovely, though I thought it was going to be less gauzy and more substantial, and I also thought it was going to be more blue than green or teal. It is made of two gossamer sheets of silk with the green threads crossing inside the sheets, so at times the threads can all droop into the ends and clump up there. They are not evenly dispersed, and the scarf becomes more green than blue due to how the threads gather. The scarf is so gauzy that it is not an everyday item but rather for special occasions, and is less blue overall than I wanted. But as long as one knows all that, it is a beautiful scarf and unusual."
By Suzy
January 09, 2016
"Wrap lightly around the neck for full effect of floating threads."
By Jo Anne
New Mexico
January 02, 2016
"I am not much of a scarf wearer. So.. why did I buy it? I dress my white couch with a scarf and a pillow according to the season. This will be stunningly beautiful in late spring/early summer with an aquatic theme."