'Cottage in the City',100% Silk Scarf irish fashion print designer  rita white
'Cottage in the City',100% Silk Scarf irish fashion print designer  rita white
'Cottage in the City',100% Silk Scarf irish fashion print designer  rita white
'Cottage in the City',100% Silk Scarf irish fashion print designer  rita white
'Cottage in the City',100% Silk Scarf irish fashion print designer  rita white

'Cottage in the City',100% Silk Scarf, 100cm Square

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'Cottage in the City' 

I love cottages, especially city cottages, withstanding time and yet maintaining a sense of tradition and homeliness. Something that is also very Irish. A cottage in the city is even more special as it has the comforts and the convenience of the city. Lots of city cottages especially those in Dublin appear small from the outside but once that magic front door is opened you enter a modern, often renovated dream home that stretches a long way down the back revealing all the space and comforts one could desire while still in a city.

A designer silk scarf is a must in any wardrobe, a key piece. Its a go to luxury fashion accessory that completes any outfit. The designed silk scarf transcends trends and seasons. A sustainable piece that you want to keep forever. It is so versatile and can be worn in so many different ways, as a shawl, rolled and worn as a smaller sophisticated scarf. Also as a head scarf or neck bow.

Description

Material: 100% satin silk

Hem: Hand rolled hem

Dimensions: 100cm by 100cm

Care Instructions:

Silks, woolens, silk-cotton blends and other delicate natural fabrics that require dry cleaning,  may also be hand washed with considerable care. In order to maintain the luxurious softness and vibrant colours it is recommended that they are washed using cold water and a neutral soap such as Woolite or baby shampoo. Do not rub or brush, just gently move it about in the water. Avoid soaking in water for long periods. Rinse with cold water, do not twist or wring as this will damage the fibers. Hang the scarf to dry away from sunlight. Iron the silk using a dry iron and not steam.