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Handwoven 100% Linen Scarf in Baby Pink by Pink Maharani

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Stylish Handwoven 100% Linen Scarf in Baby Pink for that extra POP!

by Pink Maharani


This breezy and shiny square linen scarf is a must-have in every wardrobe. This elegant scarf is completely handwoven by a weaving cooperative in Phulia, West Bengal originally formed as a collective by 52 local weavers from the region which has grown to include 213 members today. This region, a four hours train ride from Kolkata an Indian metropolitan, is famous for producing the world famous light muslins which were so fine that one could hide them in a ring and breezy linen’s like this scarf. Hand weaving linen is no easy feat and is reserved only for master weavers in the region. This elegant pastel linen with metallic gauze with zari threads adds a shine to your outfit day and night. It can be easily combined with a jeans or a elegant dress for a special night out.

100% hand embroidered in Phulia, West Bengal
100% fair trade 
 Materials: Linen and metallic zari threads
Colours: coral, light blue, pink, navy blue, turquoise, orange
Size: 120 x 120 cm
Features: hand-embroidered, women empowerment, 1-1-1 project: every shawl adopts one girl into menustral hygiene program

✓ Washing instructions: cold water wash recommended

✓ How to wear a scarf by Pink Maharani video:



ABURY re-invests 50% of their profits in social projects such as education through the ABURY Foundation.