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Scarf Sale! STEPHAN SCHNEIDER Colorblock Scarf// HOWLIN' BY MORRISON Grey Fairisle Wool Scarf!!

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by reedobandito, Sep 30, 2013.

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  1. reedobandito

    reedobandito Well-Known Member

    Mar 9, 2011
    Stephan Schneider Cotton Black/Grey Colorblock Scarf SOLD

    Really nice lightweight scarf from the best damn scarf-maker ever imo. Both ends are charcoal with subtle striping, with a center block of black. Though it's made of cotton, this cotton is crazy soft and drapes beautifully. The edges are rolled which add to the artisan look. Fabric up close is of course complex and variegated, really impressive stuff one would expect from Schneider. Interesting triangular ends! Got another B/G SS scarf so gotta let this one go, just trying to recoup costs!

    Made in Belgium, 8/10 condition. Small hole in fabric by the tag, shown in photo. Invisible when worn.

    Length: ~80"
    Width: ~17"

    Howlin' by Morrison Fairisle Wool Scarf, NWOT IC, ~$55

    Made in Scotland of really nice (and surprisingly soft) virgin wool, awesome fairisle pattern that changes over the body of the scarf/side, which results in lots of ways to wear it. IC because I absolutely don't mind keeping it. Retailed for around $100 I believe, and it is NWOT, so only reasonable offers please.

    Length: 78"
    Width: 8"
    Last edited: Oct 31, 2013
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