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She has tied the scarf as a triangle over her white sundress. An enthusiast of nature, she is fascinated by stories from around the world and is excited to explore. He puts his hand out and lifts her up onto the safari jeep and they set off, binoculars and camera in hand. As the sun beats down on them she pulls the scarf off and ties her hair up in a ponytail. Her scarf merges with her environment and the adventure begins. Product note: The rectangle scarf is a smaller width than the square and is ideal for regular wear or as a hair turban!
Sipping coffee from her earthenware mug she slightly startles as the cool mountain air blows the napkin across the counter. She is glad she took the time to tie a scarf around her hair. The blue and green with a hint of orange tied as a headscarf reminds her of the monsoons of India. She strolls out into the patio with her drink, settles into her lounge chair takes a sip of the coffee, slides on the sunglasses, tucks a strand of wayward hair under her Art Scarf and opens her book. Her ideal Sunday afternoon. Product note: The rectangle scarf is a smaller width than the square and is ideal for regular wear or as a hair turban!
As she sips her beer, she reflects on those early years of adolescence, her best friend, the laughter and the high school crushes. Comfortable in cotton scarf loosely tied around her bathing suit, she makes a beautiful picture, perfectly complementing the blue of the ocean behind her. She places a gift bag on the beach chair next to her, excited to share this same painted scarf with her closest friend. She smiles at the thought of how lovely her friend will look and feel in this - the perfect gift for a woman who has everything. Product note: The rectangle scarf is a smaller width than the square and is ideal for regular wear or as a hair turban!
Her co-worker compliments her on the new outfit and she thanks her graciously, suppressing an urge to laugh. Her cotton scarf- which is quickly tied as an infinity loop- adds sophistication and luxury to the black dress that she's had in her closet for close to a decade.She loves how the colours of her accessory dissolve into an abstraction. It's such a striking contrast against the neutral dress. She decides to let the girl at her side in on her little secret, telling her about the Art Scarf which was a perfect holiday gift from her client. Product note: The rectangle scarf is a smaller width than the square and is ideal for regular wear or as a hair turban!
The fiery sky darkens as she steps inside the welcoming doors. Sinking her feet on the sofa she unwraps her cotton neck wrap and lets it cascade down her shirt. Her gaze wanders to the painted red and black print of the scarf, picking up the glowing embers at the hearth, and the gorgeous sunset outside the window. She feels her mood matching that of her Art Scarf, content, warm, and relaxed. Product note: The rectangle scarf is a smaller width than the square and is ideal for regular wear or as a hair turban!
The airport lounge is packed with travelers, some weary and some with excitement reflected in their eyes. Sipping her coffee, she lightly wraps the silk scarf a little closer to her neck. She had worn the scarf as a wrap for her swimsuit yesterday and as a halter at her farewell party afterwards. The decorated elephants on the scarf will always remind her of the land she had come to love. Her home for a few months, Thailand would always be close to her heart.
She lifts the files from the stack on her desk and skims over the documents, expertly cutting through the pile until the last one is put away. Stretching back on the chair, her eyes fall on the silk scarf that is tied loosely over her black dress and she is transported back to Frida's Land with the vivid colors. The vibrant hues of the Mexico inspired scarf, brighten up her day and her spirits and a smile unfolds at the thought of her carefree days in the relaxed surrounding. She picks up her travel bag and heads to the door, with a light step, the scarf catching the wind and blowing in the cool wind, ready for warm days.
The glass of rosé sits on her cafe table untouched as she watches the pedestrians, lovers holding hands, people strolling by the Seine. There is no sense of urgency here. Her companion smiles as he hands her a scarf.."for all the locks that we have tied on the bridge and will always have with us". Paris would always be locked in time for her in the pastel shades of the silk scarf, with the locks and keys to her heart.
A land steeped in mystery for the visitor with exotic tales at every step. She uses the head scarf to cover head and bare shoulders as she enters the caves, glad that her sister had the fortitude to give her the beautiful silk before her journey. She loved the young price painted on her scarf and she holds him close to her heart as she steps forward to new discoveries.
The cafe has long been a favorite for them and she sits there absentmindedly twirling the end of her silk scarf around her neck. It had been a long road and it seemed eons ago, or maybe just yesterday, when she sat here alone and a dashing stranger had stopped by and asked to join her. She wonders if he remember, she had worn this painted silk that fateful day. She considered it her good luck charm, with the little red and blue Buddha pattern lining the edge. Smiling, she takes out a matching pocket scarf and tucks it in his jacket pocket and he laughs and leans over to give her a kiss, leaving her in no doubt of his memories.
As she waits for her plane to board, she reflects on how much she loves the feel of the painted silk twill draped around her neck. The intricate pattern in the equine scarf reminds her of the Henna drawn on her hands. It takes her back to last week, the festivities steeped in tradition, the abundance of food, the invigorating music and dancing, and mostly the sheer joy of being a part of an Indian wedding. What a perfect parting gift from her friend- this scarf. Though the henna on her hands has already started to fade,her happy memories come rushing back every time she wears her accessory.
A whispered memory resonates within her as she wraps a luxurious silk scarf around her shoulders. Yin and Yang, fire and water, opposites but completing each other, their duality integrating into a whole. She thinks of him as he had gently placed the scarf around her before he had left, with a promise to return. The blue and red manes of the painted horses in the Art Scarf tie up at the ends in a perfect knot and she is pleased with her appearance. A candlelit dinner for two, soft music in the background and she is ready as the doorbell chimes.