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Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Vintage Ladies' Scarves for Every Taste and Style

I have an extensive collection of ladies' scarves, made of silk, acetate, nylon, and polyester.  I even have quite a few men's pocket handkerchiefs (used mostly as pocket squares).  I just wanted to share with you today a selection of what I have available in my shop already.  I actually left out around a dozen scarves and hankies that are currently available.  If you are curious, I hope you'll click through to my studio and have a look around.  Each product image takes you to the listing.  Also be aware that some of these may sell fast!

The best thing about vintage scarves is that it is difficult to find two that are identical, even if you look through a thousand.  You don't have to worry about someone matching seems about as likely as getting struck by lightning!

I am sharing this today because I looked at my inventory last night and found a bunch of scarves, still unlisted, that really fit the modern trends: Tribal/Turkish, colorblock, sporty stripes, and more.  I think it is time for me to make them available to the public!

By the way, I have three more trendy scarves in my other shop as well, over on Etsy (Colorblock, Nautical, 60s Nouveau Revival). Here's the link to that section: Etsy Scarves.

Thanks for reading!  More updates to come.  If you have any special requests, just leave me a comment and I will respond quickly.

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