TURNIP UP THE BEET - Silk Large Square Scarf
What's the difference between a turnip and beet?!... I would have thought are kind of close cousins, but no...
... actually, beets are sweeter than turnips, while turnips have a bit of a bite, not unlike a radish. Beets are in the same family as Swiss chard, while turnips are more related to cruciferous vegetables like broccoli.
I am glad we clarified that :P , so now, just... turnip up the beet!
Our large size scarves made of hundred percent twill silk with hand rolled edges.
Perfect for being rolled up into a neck scarf, worn over the shoulders as a cape, as a summer top, worn as a turban or as a silk head scarf. The square silk scarf will offers endless possibilities for the modern and classic woman.
One of our main philosophies is to design versatile accessories that can be worn in multiple ways and last forever. Our designs also reflect our love for nature and animals in our prints.
We give back with every sale, we partner with One Perfect for the Planet, cause nothing is more luxurious than nature.
One side printed
100% Twill Silk
35" x 35" / 90cm x 90cm
Hand Rolled Edges
Illustrated by hand in California by Cris Rose-Guizar
Weight: 2.5 oz