Premium silk square scarf with classic Chinese vase motif. All the hems are handmade. This scarf offers a unique beauty and attraction with soft touch, high luster, light weighted, and an attractive look. For any season and any reason, this silk scarf freshens and bright your ensemble. The scarf can be everywhere-around your neck or head, in your hair, around your waist, on a hat, on a handbag just use your imagination! Suit for both casual and evening wear. And it also makes a great gift for your friends and loved ones.
Real silk is satiny and lustrous like pearl, but chemical fabric isn`t like this. The fabric of mulberry silk is slender and long. If you lay it casually, it will be pleated. So it is said that "no pleat, no silk."
China is the hometown of silk which is the most representative product to export. In ancient, China is the earliest country to plant mulberry, raise silkworms and produce silk. Through the archaeology findings for recent years, people find the technology of silk production has reached a high level from Shang and Zhou dynasty to warring states period. Up to now, Chinese silk is still the most important dedication to the whole world. Traditional Chinese Medicine thinks silk is neutral in nature and non-poisonous with pungent flavor. Silk pajamas are smooth and comfortable. Meanwhile, it has a good performance on absorbing humidity and dispersing heat. Silk will enhance vitality of epidermal cells, promote metabolism and massage skin to keep healthy. Its function is superior than any other material and beneficial to all ages.
How to Wear a Square Scarf
1. Fold a square scarf diagonally into a triangle. Then grasp the broad and middle point, folding repeatedly until the scarf forms a 2-inch band. Drape around your neck and tie a knot. Wear the knot in front to flatter an open-collar blouse, and to the side to add accessory to a boat-neck top.
2. Create the look of an ascot by spreading a square scarf upside down over a flat surface. Pull the fabric up from the center of the scarf, tie a small knot, then flip the ends so that the knot is underneath. Tie the opposite ends around the back of your neck, and let the scarf spill over from the base of your throat.
3. Make a shawl out of a very large square by first folding it into a triangle. Drape the scarf over one shoulder so that the point extends toward your elbow and the ends hang on either side of your torso. Tie the ends at the opposite hip, or belt the scarf at your waist.
4. Go for a quick and easy look. Turn a square scarf into a triangle, and then wrap the scarf around the back of your neck so that the tip points down. Tie the ends into a knot and adjust to complement your neckline.
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