THE PLAID SCARF
- Oversized checked wool scarf
- Colour: Aloe
- - 100% wool
- - Length 213cm / 84in
- - Width 66cm / 26in
- - Made in Nepal
- - Graphic grid-like weave
- - Indulgently soft and lightweight handle
- - Frayed hems
- - Dry clean
- - 100% wool
- Style Notes
Tones of pink and blue are woven in wool within a black grid to create a dynamic check. The ends of this oversized scarf have a subtly frayed hem. Add a little warmth all year round by looping this style once around your neck or draping it loosely around your shoulders.
To ensure your scarves remain in the best condition, we recommend that you store them flat and untied in a dry place.
Product Number: 200158-0901
- Shipping and Returns
JANE CARR ships to 170 countries worldwide with DHL.
- - DHL UK = £5.00 GBP
- - DHL Ireland = £8.00 GBP
- - DHL International = £18.50 GBP
Your order will be prepared with the greatest care, individually wrapped in our signature packaging and knotted with JANE CARR ribbon. Should your purchase be a gift, you can select to add a personal message at checkout.
We are sure you will love your JANE CARR purchase, but if for any reason you are not entirely satisfied and wish to return or exchange, in part or in full...
- - You have 14 days from our dispatch date to return your item/s
- - Please call us on +44 (0)20 7387 4337 to organise an exchange
- - We offer FREE UK returns with DHL
- - For more information on how to return your item/s, please view our Returns Policy.
- Conscious Craftsmanship
Each collection is consciously created, with commitment to the environment and our social responsibility at every stage of the making process. We support traditional industries and local employment, and all our manufacturing partners are selected with social and ethical responsibility in mind. We insist on the finest quality materials, production and hand-finishing in order to ensure the longevity of every piece.
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