For those who are still bent on the notion that Burberry scarves only come in a classic check pattern on materials like cashmere or wool, this post is set to change all that. The British luxury fashion house has been quietly evolving into so much more over the years, constantly reinventing the wheel by introducing new designs that come in eye-catching prints like graffiti scrawls, scribble checks, tie-dye and so much more.
Today, the spotlight falls on the all-new Archive Print Silk Square Scarf, one that features a patchwork combination of scarf prints from the 1980s and 1990s. There are 3 different options to choose from, each coming with its own mix of 3 vintage prints, complete with a ‘Burberrys’ text logo that’s also drawn from the archives. Design aside, each scarf is finished with hand-rolled edges, composed of 100% silk and made in Italy, which makes it really attractive considering they are going for SGD640 each.
Measuring 90 cm by 90 cm, you can drape the Archive Print Silk Square Scarf casually over the shoulder, or wear it knotted up around the neck for a sophisticated look. Alternatively, you can frame the scarf up and hang it like a piece of art, spicing the space up with something different and unique. Available now in Singapore, you can pick up the scarves at Burberry boutiques islandwide, or online via this link.
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