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Indian Sunset Silk Scarf

$65.00 Sale Price:   $38.49

Price: $65.00 Sale Price:   $38.49

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Throughout Southeast Asia, the dupatta is one of the most versatile items in a woman’s wardrobe. The simple scarf can be worn over the head, draped around the neck, or folded over one shoulder. It accompanies saris, evening dresses, and suits alike. Our handwoven silk scarf is equally adaptable, and features a classic hand-screened paisley pattern in royal blue over an orange background.


Handwoven in India. 19 1/2"W x 5' 2"L.


Dry-clean only.


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