A silk scarf inspired by the 7 species of the Holy Land:
"A land with wheat and barley, and vines and fig-trees and pomegranates, a land of olive oil and honey. (Deuteronomy 8:8)
Need help putting it on?
Flatter a tunic or boatneck sweater, as well as a blazer or suit jacket, with this "hacking" knot:
1. Bring the ends of the scarf together to make a loop.
2. Hold the ends in a closed hand, and open the loop end slightly with your other hand. Drape the scarf around the back of your neck, pull forward, then slip the loose ends through the looped end.
3. Pull the ends through until the scarf fits snuggly around your neck. Center the knot below your throat.
4. Experiment with the fit of your scarf. Some women prefer a very snug fit that's close to the throat, while others fancy a more relaxed, loose fit.
5. Let the ends dangle.
Decorate a solid scarf with a pin or brooch. Affix the pin on the top of the loop, centering it in the same line as your Adam's apple.
Hand wash or dry-clean your scarves regularly, depending on frequency of wear. The oils in your skin and general dirt can render vibrant colors flat and lifeless.
100% Pure Silk
6” x 47.25”