Original Tapestry Scarf

(23 customer reviews)


Looking for the perfect cool weather scarf?  This is it! Original Tapestry is a thick scarf – great for chillier weather! You can wrap it tight and streamlined or leave it loose and voluminous.  You don’t need to add anything, because one side is solid with gorgeous vines, and the other is shimmery, with an intricate border.


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Looking for the perfect cool weather scarf? This is it! Original Tapestry is a thick scarf – great for chillier weather! You can wrap it tight and streamlined or leave it loose and voluminous. You don’t need to add anything, because one side is solid with gorgeous vines, and the other is shimmery, with an intricate border. Play with flipping and layering the patterns – it is the perfect scarf for when you’re in a rush but want to look gorgeously regal.

You’ll notice that in the various photos of, for example, the Navy, that it looks like a different scarf!  That’s because we’ve played with highlighting the borders, the shimmery part, the vines, etc. It is truly magical!

Dimensions: 27″ x 68″
55% Pashmina, 45% Silk


Based on 23 reviews

5.00 Overall
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23 reviews for Original Tapestry Scarf

  1. 5 out of 5


    I own the Aqua colored one. The photos don’t do these scarves justice. They are absolutely awesome.

  2. 5 out of 5


    These were the first scarves I saw when I first joined the Wrapunzel community and it was love at first sight. I look forward to cool weather JUST so I can wear my tapestry scarves. I find them easy to work with and they glitz up any outfit I put them with.

  3. 5 out of 5


    This is a VERY thick (and LONG) scarf, which makes it a bit difficult to work with, but it’s totally worth it! The gold threads are stunning.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Deanna Rodriguez:

    One of my favorite cold whether scarves!

  5. 5 out of 5


    LOVE. I’m really good at buying Wrapunzel products, but I’m really bad at offering my reviews. This scarf is gorgeous. I have it in navy and have worn it on both sides with equal fabulousness! It is thick, but handles well. I’m not the best at wrapping, but the encouragement and tutorials you provide instill much confidence. Thank you!

  6. 5 out of 5


    I love this scarf. I bought it in Aqua. You can wrap it several different ways, but I feel it leans toward the turban style with its stiffness and thickness. I find that it doesn’t lay as flat as some thinner scarves. The sparkle and shimmer are AMAZING. It’s not obnoxious in its shine, so you can dress it up or down easily.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Cox:

    This scarf is stunning! I was immediately drawn to it when placing my order and I am so glad I bought it! I absolutely love this beautiful scarf. I got it in navy/berry.

  8. 5 out of 5


    This scarf is sooo sparkly, and I love how it has so many colors and pattern transitions—you can make it look completely different every time! And though it’s reversible, there isn’t a “dominant” side—they’re both amazing! Due to its thickness, it’s definitely a stand-alone, winter scarf for simple wraps and minimal accessories. It’ll shine enough on its own!! I absolutely love this scarf, and definitely want more colors. This will be excellent for holidays and special occasions.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lila Besser:

    This scarf is amazing! I was a little intimidated by the thickness, but it is so worth a few extra seconds of effort! So beautiful and it makes me so happy!

  10. 5 out of 5


    One of my favorite fall and winter go-to scarves. I have the “navy berry” one. I love being able to use both sides, and I love that it’s handy both as a headscarf and as a really rockin’ shawl. It holds up great– I know because it gets a lot of use at my house!!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Meira Atik:

    If you’re a one-scarf type, this is a great scarf to have. With the rich colors and shimmery threads, it looks amazing all by itself for dressy occasions like Shabbat, holidays, and special events. This Marrakesh turban is a great way to wear the Navy scarf for dressy occasions. These scarves are thick with a stiffer texture than the pashminas, so they might give you tantrums at first, but it doesn’t take much to get them to look great.

  12. Annasarah Richard:

    This scarf is so pretty. It sparkles and shines, even though it is a heavier scarf, I find it easier to work with . Every time I wear it my sister threatens to take it off my hands .

  13. 5 out of 5


    This is a beautiful pashmina that can be dressed up or down, and folded and worn in so many ways. In the photo, I am wearing it “inside out” for formal wear to show off all the sparkles. This is perfect for a cold day and will always look beautiful. This does take practice to wrap nicely, but it is well worth the effort.

  14. Batsheva Tova:

    It is a stunningly beautiful scarf. Very very special.
    The one disadvantage that lost it a star is that it is quite stiff. It is not as flexible as the Tapestry luxe for example. That slightly limits my creativity.

  15. Lynn M.:

    Very glam…..be sure to wear strong makeup colors…darkish, brownish lipstick, navy eye shadow lightly applied, mascara…wine blusher.

  16. ayala.tiefenbrunn:

    This is probably the most beautiful scarf I have ever seen- this is probably the most beautiful scarf that has ever existed.
    That being said- it’s stiff, its nearly thickness and the stiffness of an actual tapestry, which already makes it a challenge to wrap. But above all of that, the length makes it even harder to wrap! It’s probably the same length as any old pashmina, but the thickness and stiffness combined with the length makes it very difficult to control.
    I think this scarf is *definitely* worth buying, but in my book, it’s not a scarf you can wrap with ease.

  17. Sarah:

    I fell in love with this scarf after seeing people post pictures of themselves wearing it only to find out it wasn’t available anymore. After posting my sob story someone sold me her not-often-used one in navy (the exact color I had fallen in love with!) About a day after I got it in the mail the scarf reappeared on the website! lol. This is a VERY thick scarf. The first time I wrapped it I somehow managed a great wrap in very little time and with no fuss. The second time I had a major tichel tantrum. Now I just have to make sure I have the confidence and patience to work with this scarf before I use it. I really is so stunningly gorgeous!

  18. Rachel Stein:

    This scarf is one of the most stunning that I own. I bought the navy version last year. It is also definitely the thickest/heaviest tichel in my collection, and for that I gave it 4 stars…it’s definitely very challenging to work with! I highly recommend checking out Andrea’s tapestry tutorial for tips on how to wrap such a thick pashmina. Even though it’s difficult to wrap, though, it is incredibly gorgeous! I love the sparkly border.

  19. Chanah:

    This is a beautiful scarf with many options. You can wear it on the “less sparkly” side for a more conservative look, highlight the regal looking border from either side of the scarf that will look like a beautiful headband, show off a strip of the sparkle side of the scarf, or for formal occasions, wear the scarf completely on the sparkly side.

    This is a warm and thick scarf, and although it can be challenging to wrap it, it does yield great results.

  20. Cameron:

    Thick, beautiful scarf. Perfect for winter! I get complements every time anyone sees it!

  21. Ireri:

    This is a difficult scarf to wrap if you don’t like thick pashminas, but it’s great for volume. I really, really love how each color is versatile; you can literally pair each color with myriad different options (pins, clips, headbands, a second, a THIRD???! scarf) and it’ll look beautiful. The lurex is a little fragile, so beware if you have rings that stick out (like, say, an engagement ring).

  22. Meira Atik:

    I have this in purple. This scarf is not only thick, but it has a stiffer texture that makes it a little harder to wrap. But I managed to wrap it in two different ways already and I love the way it looks so special.

  23. rstein:

    I have this one. It is not an easy scarf to tie because the material is so thick. But once you get the hang of it, it’s doable, and it is simply stunning! I have it in navy, but its covered in other beautiful colors and patterns. Gorgeous!


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