Coreopsis Auburn | 100% Silk Scarf | Multiple Sizes

$ 142.00


Liven up your fall wardrobe with our coreopsis dyed silk scarves. These scarves add an earthy touch to any outfit, and we have the perfect size for every occasion. Choose a large size for styling and wraps, medium-sized options for your hair, wrist, and handbag, or small pocket squares for a pop of color. Our exclusive, handcrafted silk scarves bring a touch of nature to your wardrobe.

Experience the allure of this unique auburn base hue! Botanical prints are created by rolling four different coreopsis flower varieties into the silk and steaming it with a direct dye method. The silk is then dyed in a bath of rich hues, carefully balanced with various types of coreopsis flowers. Each scarf is truly one-of-a-kind, adding a touch of natural beauty to your ensemble.

Each scarf is presented in a handmade 100% silk organza bag, making it the perfect gift for someone special.

Please note that the botanical prints on each scarf will vary, making each piece a unique work of art. Handcrafted by textile artist Shellie Pomeroy.

Choose from:

100% Silk Habutai /  Grade 6A / GOTS certified silk / approx size 12 x 12 inches. 

100% Silk Habutai /  Grade 6A / GOTS certified silk / approx size 20 x 20 inches. 

100% Silk Habutai /  Grade 6A / GOTS certified silk / approx size 36 x 36 inches. 

Machine hemmed. 

Use our naturally dyed silk scarf as a neck accessory, hair wrap, or tie on your handbag. 

CARE / Hand washing is preferred, but you can wash in the washing machine on a delicate cycle in a mesh bag. Be sure to use chemical-free, pH-neutral laundry soap (we use Seventh Generation), as harsh chemical detergents can alter natural hues. Wash on a cold and gentle cycle. 
Keep your silk scarf looking its best longer by paying attention to how you dry it! After washing, delicately squeeze out water without twisting or wringing. To absorb remaining moisture, roll it in a towel and press out extra water, then lay it flat or hang it to dry for optimal results; alternatively, putting it on low heat setting in the dryer will quickly dry your silk- just be sure not to over-dry as shrinkage may occur. For perfect drying each time, try tumbling on low heat, 10 minutes at a time, checking every interval until it's just done - this will avoid wrinkles with no need for ironing afterward! If ironing is needed, use the silk setting on your iron or medium heat and iron on the back side of the silk (the side with the Silk & Willow logo).