I love color! When I dye my scarves, I focus on creating delicious color combinations. I record how I create these colors so I can repeat a favorite combination; although each scarf is unique, the ones that start with the same hues are recognizably similar – I name them to keep them straight. I work with four different sizes/weights of scarves:
- Habotai Stole: at 5 mm, this is the lightest of my scarves, and measures 22” x 70”. It is lightweight and has lots of movement, and can be worn either on the arms as a stole or around your neck.
- Charmeuse Scarf: This scarf weighs almost 4 times as much (19 mm) as the Habotai Stole. It is thick, luxurious and has an incredible drape. It measure 14” x 70”.
- Charmeuse Stole: Like the charmeuse scarf, this is made of luxuriously thick silk, and at 21″ x 84”, feels wonderful draped over your shoulders.
- Crepe Cape: This cape is an incredible fashion statement. The crepe texture is matte, making it less slippery than the other silks. With a weight of 12 mm, it’s heavy enough to stay put, but still has lovely movement. It is a roughly 50″ x 60″ oval, with a slit up the center and a rounded neckline.
I have most of my scarf color palettes in stock for immediate shipping, and if I don’t have your favorite combination of colors and style, I would be more than happy to dye one just for you! This usually takes under a week, but if you’re really pressed for time, Email me to confirm I have a particular scarf in stock.
The colors I’m working with now break down into 4 main groups, divided into the 4 seasons. Click on the links below to see and perhaps purchase one!
|Colors of Spring||Colors of Fall||Colors of Summer||Colors of Winter|
Ideas on how to wear a scarf: