If you’re trying to accessorize your outfit, add some international flair with National Geographic women’s scarves. Ranging from light silk scarves for the summer to wool scarf styles for the winter, our accessory selection is seemingly limitless. If you need a wrap, also look at our selection of women’s shawls.
At the 19th-century Muckross House, Irish weavers ply
their trade using traditional methods. This wool and cashmere scarf, inspired by the colors of Killarney National Park’s lakes and waterfalls, is handwoven on a 200-year-old Hattersley loom.
According to Celtic mythology, the hero Cú Chulainn
slew a fierce guard dog and then offered to take the animal's place until a replacement guard could be secured. Renamed the Hound after the incident, Cú Chulainn became a symbol of ...
Neat rows of flowers line the garden paths
at Kolkata’s Agri Horticultural Society. Home to thousands of plants and flowers, it was founded in 1820 by a prominent English missionary. Our chocolate brown and mint green wool shawl is inspired ...