The history of scarves

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1350 B.C. Egyptian Queen Nefertiti wears a finely woven scarf topped by a conical headdress. [11] 1000 B.C. Chinese sculptures feature scarf-like, fringed rectangular pieces of cloth. [2] 1000 B.C. Chinese sculptures feature scarf-like, fringed rectangular pieces of cloth. [2] … Continued

Holiday Rouge

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Holiday party season is officially here and the selections are endless. Sometimes all you need is a splash of colour to your favourite little black dress. Today’s feature is La Couronne.   Wendel Stretch Jersey Turtleneck Top by Theory Red … Continued

The ‘Power Scarf’

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Scarves. Empress Josephine had a wide collection of them. After WWII, British and American women wore scarves to promote national pride and post-war symbolism. To this day, there is so much more to be said about what may seem to many … Continued

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