Apple Rose

Rich Red Patterned Scarf Knit in Alpaca and Pima Cotton

$39.99
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SKU: 286344
Description
Raquel and Gregor combine tea rose and candy apple red for the design of this bold scarf. Destined to become a winter favorite, the scarf is knit with a rich blend of baby alpaca, pima cotton, and modal. Soft, lightweight and comfy warm, this Peruvian scarf features a scalloped pattern. Baby alpaca refers to the season's first fleece, known for its softness.
  • 40% alpaca, 25% pima cotton, 25% modal, 10% nylon
  • 0.20 lbs
  • 71 inches L x 13 inches W
  • Made in Peru

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Raquel and Gregor

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1 Review

  • 5
    Beautiful scarf!

    Posted by Virginia on Nov 24th 2019

    I?m so pleased with this scarf. The colour is a deep rich red, and exactly matches the coat I bought it to pair with. It?s not a heavy scarf, but on the thin side. Yet it?s warm and comfortable to wear, even as an accent piece. Happy customer!

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