Silk scarves to die for

Some of you might (hopefully) have read my recent post about the quirky jewellery by Rasha Al Khatib, well one artist just isn’t enough for this family!

Rawaan Al Khatib makes the most gorgeous silk scarves, all of which are for sale on her etsy page. I was going to pick my favourite one and focus the post on just one design…however after going back and forth for some time now, I still can’t decide!

So, forever the indecisive, I’ve chosen my favourite few – but I think once you’ve seen the selection you’ll understand just why it was so hard to choose!

Dinoflowers silk scarf, $95 (£61)

dinoflowers

“Dinosaurs cavort across a pink and yellow stretch of flowers. Satisfy your prehistoric and floral desires with one highly wearable accessory — a guaranteed conversation starter.”

This large scarf is printed on semi-sheer fabric, perfect for summer. I love the warm colours and the unexpected dinosaur print amongst the flowers – cute, quirky and original!

Argle Bargle Blue Bird silk scarf, $95 (£61)

argle bargle

“A monochromatic aviary covers the surface of this scarf, with a bright blue bird in the bottom right corner. The birds’ eyes glow a fetching yellow and contrast gloriously with the blue border.”

I love love love this shade of bright blue and the fact that most of the scarf is black and white means it will go with plenty of outfits! The small accents of yellow in the birds’ eyes and the one blue bird in the corner is too cute!

 Aliki silk scarf $95 (£61)

Aliki

“Flamingo feathers in coral, pink and orange ripple across this gorgeous, large-scale scarf, printed from my original gouache painting. These colours look beautiful on any skin tone. “

This scarf is the most sophisticated of the lot. With gorgeous pink, coral and orange tones it’s perfect for summer but would also brighten up a winter outfit.

Head over to etsy now to choose your favourite – and remember, these scarves are good quality but they are still 100% silk so don’t go throwing them in the washing machine!

http://www.etsy.com/shop/rawaanalkhatib

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