EDIT: Wrap it up!

Silk Scarfs by BESS - designed in NZ, made in UK // as featured on Studio Home

I am a long term, die hard scarf girl.
I don’t really discriminate over material or length. As long as it feels good and looks good to ME, then its probably destined for my regular scarf rotation!

Below you’ll find a pretty diverse collection of some fun, some flamboyant, some silky, some not, some massive, some dainty scarfs to wrap your head and neck around. Ten of them actually! And for this edit, they are all NZ and Australian designers (except for one US FAVE!)

 

Above: Another beauty from NZ’s own BESS
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Good & Co.

In all honesty, my most worn to death scarves are the ones I have from Good & Co. A trans Tasman brand that gets creative with photography and design to produce super creative scarves in silk and wool. Yes. That means they have you covered all year round.

Julie White

This Australian textile designer has a cartoonish, character filled style that feels allllll grown up!

BESS 

Designed in NZ, made in the UK – the debut collection from Bess studio WELL and truly has my attention! Those colour combos are genius….
Aussie friends, you can purchase online in Australia here.

Ohkii Studio 

Talented New York based, Australian artist Angela McKay has given her botanical illustrations a wee run on silk….its really working for them!

Letitia Green 

A total RIOT of colour and pattern. I have followed Letitia Green for years and she is still the queen of this!

APPRVL

Another personal fave …and a goodie for those prone to a stiff ole cotton bandanna! 

Manifesting some sunshine on this gloomy New York day 🌞

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Mirador

Like taking that framed fine art print off the wall and walking down the street with it wrapped around your body. Exquisite work by Australian textile artist; Lauren Cassar.
Kiwi’s you can browse the collection on this side of the Tasman here too. 

Georgia Perry 

Australia’s sparky accessories go to, I’d recommend pairing one of these scarfs with a classic GPez pin!

Edith Rewa

Easily one of my favourite botanical artists in this world, Edith sometimes lets a few of her creations slip onto silk in very limited numbers!

La Luna Rose

For the tropic loving, pastel babes among you, La Luna Rose’s debut scarf collection will tickle your fancy. Keep your eyes peeled for their new collection with reds and navy!

Hallelujah for these clever designers.
Me and my bank account are at logger-heads….

Ju xo 

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