Pink Yarrow Cashmere Scarf Horsestitch Flamingo with Constrast Stitching
Pink Yarrow Cashmere Scarf Horsestitch Flamingo with Constrast Stitching
Normal price €299,00
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Pink Yarrow Cashmere Scarf Horsestitch Flamingo with Constrast Stitching

Normal price €299,00
Normaler Preis Verkaufspreis €299,00
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Incl. VAT, plus shipping costs (free of charge in Germany). Shipping will be calculated at checkout

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  • Handmade in Nepal
  • 100% cashmere
  • Sustainable production

 

A touch of love: this hand-woven scarf of featherweight, eco-certified cashmere yarn warms without weighing you down and flatters with its very soft, airy texture. Features fine, hand-stitched contrast stitching for an elegant finish. The perfect, cozy companion for cold days.

Very soft and slightly transparent texture, light as a feather.

 

So that you can give your new favorite pieces a long life, we offer you here a brief guide to washing and care.


Keeping it fresh

As long as the cuddly soft garments are not soiled, it is sufficient to air them out regularly - preferably outdoors.

However, if a stain does get on the high-quality garments, we recommend mild machine washing or hand washing in cold water. The detergent used must be a special wool detergent. Otherwise, the high-quality fibers will be stressed and thus appear dull. It is also advisable to weigh up whether it is not sufficient to wash only the soiled part.

If the high-quality fibers come into the machine, you should consider these 3 things:
1. Wool program select with max. 30 °
2. Use mild detergent
3. Use laundry bag

The following trio always applies to hand washing:
1. Keep soaking time as short as possible, i.e. no longer than 10-15 min.
2. Never wring out or rub the garment to retain its shape! It shrinks and becomes deformed.
Therefore, it is better to remove excess water by squeezing (optimal: squeeze into a towel).
3) Do not dry your favorite garments in the sun, and spread them out as flat as possible, or lay them on a towel. Do not exceed room temperature and never put on the heater!


In the cabinet & on the body
When storing cashmere products, bags and containers are much more suitable than built-in cabinets: here wool-eating insects can get in more easily. What these insects also "do not like": washed clothes. Instead of washing them before storing them for a longer period of time, you can simply bag dried lavender and place it between the clothes. These lie in the optimum case in a cold and dark cupboard, and


the joy in the care of our garments inspires the wonderfully feather-light wearing feeling, the super-soft feel, and flatters the watchful aesthetic eye permanently.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS


Keeping it fresh

As long as the cuddly soft garments are not soiled, it is sufficient to air them out regularly - preferably outdoors.

However, if a stain does get on the high-quality garments, we recommend mild machine washing or hand washing in cold water. The detergent used must be a special wool detergent. Otherwise, the high-quality fibers will be stressed and thus appear dull. It is also advisable to weigh up whether it is not sufficient to wash only the soiled part.

If the high-quality fibers come into the machine, you should consider these 3 things:
1. Wool program select with max. 30 °
2. Use mild detergent
3. Use laundry bag

The following trio always applies to hand washing:
1. Keep soaking time as short as possible, i.e. no longer than 10-15 min.
2. Never wring out or rub the garment to retain its shape! It shrinks and becomes deformed.
Therefore, it is better to remove excess water by squeezing (optimal: squeeze into a towel).
3) Do not dry your favorite garments in the sun, and spread them out as flat as possible, or lay them on a towel. Do not exceed room temperature and never put on the heater!


In the cabinet & on the body
When storing cashmere products, bags and containers are much more suitable than built-in cabinets: here wool-eating insects can get in more easily. What these insects also "do not like": washed clothes. Instead of washing them before storing them for a longer period of time, you can simply bag dried lavender and place it between the clothes. These lie in the optimum case in a cold and dark cupboard, and


the joy in the care of our garments inspires the wonderfully feather-light wearing feeling, the super-soft feel, and flatters the watchful aesthetic eye permanently.

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