I wear a lot of scarves because A. I’m usually cold, B. I have a freakishly long neck (that people like to remind me of all the time), and C. A good scarf can elevate an otherwise basic outfit (and prevent me from being labeled a “Basic B”). These Karu-Ori Scarves from Kiriko are made in Japan on generations-old wooden looms using the Kasuri technique, which weaves fabric from pre-dyed threads into an intentionally blurred pattern. So they’re anything but basic (plus they’re warm, and will cover my neck nicely). An array of colors are available for $99.
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