Hidden Forest Scarf

(5 customer reviews)

$12.00

Who says solid colors have to be boring? We fell in love with the soft, subtle pattern on this scarf right away. Featuring a gentle abstract geometric design that will remind you of fallen leaves, this lovely fringed square tichel is the perfect combination of elegance and simplicity!

 

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Simple solid color, meet subtle elegance! Our beautiful Hidden Forest Scarf features a delicate overlaid pattern, an organic geometric design reminiscent of leaves, on richly-colored solid fabric. Soft fringes border each of the four edges of this square tichel. Square in shape, it looks beautiful and classy tied in the simplest style – just fold it into a triangle, and then tie the ends at the nape of your neck. For more creative wrapping ideas, check out this video! Wear it on its own for a casual yet classy look, or add a sparkling accessory for a little extra glitz!

 

Dimensions: 40.5″ x 40.5″
100% Rayon

5 reviews for Hidden Forest Scarf

  1. 5 out of 5

    lilblupiggy:

    Disappointed for half a second when I got it bc the black is definitely grey. That said, it is still a beautiful scarf! The fabric is sturdy, super soft and thick without being heavy. It’s a really nice material! The pattern is subtle and makes the scarf interesting all by itself. Very happy with it!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Annasarah:

    Love this scarf.Super comfy, stylish and easy to style.

  3. 5 out of 5

    pamela L. August:

    I can do so much with this, the color is so bright n can work with anything. I uses with a lot of head bands more on the back of my head n it looks sensational.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Melodie Wallen:

    I just got mine today. They look beautiful and good quality fabric. I got one in cream and one in purple. The cream is more yellow then the picture shows.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Engles:

    These are gorgeous and luxurious! One thing to be aware of, they’re a thicker fabric, not quite as thick as a pashmina, but thicker than an Israeli tichel.

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