Kiriko Karu-Ori Scarves

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I’m not even going to pretend like I’m a scarf guy. But I’m still intrigued by these Karu-Ori Scarves from Kiriko. Artisan-made in Japan, the scarves are woven on generations old wooden looms using the Kasuri technique, which gives the intricate patterns a slightly blurred effect. Add to that a wide array of colors and $99 price-tag, and I’m starting to seriously reconsider my anti-scarf stance. Plus, push comes to shove, one of these would make a kick ass du-rag.

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For price and purchase info, visit Kiriko.

  • Cory

    If nothing else, lightweight scarves are invaluable on long flights. If you’re a traveller, Nick, keep one of these in your carry-on bag.