It takes a lot for a scarf to be worthy of the title, “Wrapunzel Signature”, but this tichel does it all. Can you believe that in the photos, it’s only one scarf? That’s how incredible it is! It’s texture is luxurious, the colors are sumptuous. And it’s easy to tie – not slippery! The light and dark versions are similar in what they can do, but so different in the result they achieve. We can’t wait to see photos of you wearing the new Wrapunzel Signature Scarf!
Pashminas are the basic building blocks of a fabulous tichel collection. Their sturdiness and warmth makes them a perfect base for any design! A great Pashmina collection is a must-have in the tichel wearer’s closet! Bright colors are a gift that we celebrate- choose great colored Pashminas and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at the lift it gives you!
We’ve been dreaming about this for ages! We first found some of these in a past spring collection and they were instantly snapped up at our shows! Since then we’ve been on the hunt to bring more to you and finally… here they are!
These are much smaller than normal tichels – and the shape is a triangle. In order to use with a shaper, you’ll need to place it farther back on your head. They are sheer and gorgeous! The fringe is just awesome left hanging on its own, or it can be brought up or braided! We know you’ll find tons of ways to wear it!
Introducing Wrapunzel’s exclusive Israeli Tichel – completely custom made in honor of you! From the colors to the fabric to the beautiful metallic threads that run through it, we thought of you at every step!!!
This page shows our Israeli Tichels with SILVER metallic threads – they’re also available with Gold and Rainbow metallic threads:
Aren’t Israeli Tichels wonderful? They’re so versatile and they have a simplicity that we just love. You can wear one or you can layer them up, you can fold them into a sash, tie the ends into a bow at your ear – tons of possibilities!
(See full description below.)
(Note: the black with silver threads is a very very dark brown compared to the other Israeli tichels with gold/rainbow threads that on its own looks black.)