Blue and Red Silk Scarf Najma
Blue and red printed silk scarf, with geometric patterns inspired by Arabic hydraulic tiles.
Thanks to its rectangular shape, you can use it as a neck scarf, head scarf, over your shoulders…
As it is an organic and natural fabric, it does not cause irritation. When you wear it, it will become your second skin.
- 100% Natural Silk.
- Size: 180 x 65 cm.
- Same color intensity on both sides.
- Designed in Spain.
14 in stock
Thin natural silk makes this scarf an ideal accessory for spring, autumn and cool summer evenings.
Get that desired look with the thousand and one different ways you can wear this printed silk scarf.
180 x 65cm
Natural Habotai Silk
For the creation of this scarf we have chosen Habotai silk.
It is a very light and fine silk, which allows the design to be seen with the same colour intensity on both sides of the scarf.
Resistant, very pleasant to the touch and to wear, this type of silk makes the scarf a very versatile accessory to wear.
The prints that make up the Alhambra scarf collection are inspired by the mosaics that decorate the monuments of Arabic origin in southern Spain and northern Morocco.
Infinite shapes created from tiles cut by hand centuries ago.View Collection
The silk we select comes from China, possibly the best quality natural silk manufacturer in the world.
The inks we select are eco-solvent with OEKO-TEX certified
If you want your scarf to last for many years, we recommend:
- Dry clean or hand wash in warm water.
- Use detergent for delicate garments.
- Do not squeeze.
- Do not hang with tweezers or in the sun.
- Iron at medium temperature, on the back side and with the handkerchief damp.
Here is a link in case of you want to know more about how to wash and iron your silk scarf.
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Although due to major force, shipping times may vary, they are usually:
- Spain: 24 – 48 hours.
- Europe: 2 – 5 days.
- USA and Canada: 3 – 7 days.
- Australia and Asia: 5 – 10 days.