Vintage Fridays: Multitasking scarves
The 1960s was the heyday for modern, graphically printed scarves, and this one, by Vera, is a perfect example. Available from Zaja on Ebay.
This art deco scarf is hand-painted, and by the looks of it, dates from the '30s or '40s (though one can never be sure without some kind of archive to compare to, which don't exist for many companies). Via retromonde on Ebay.
Lace is a huge trend for spring, and this pretty vintage lace on pink would soften an office ensemble or prettify a simple weekend dress. Via Witchery.
This vintage Yves Saint Laurent scarf has giant graphic hearts and butterflies all over it; it would dress up even the most basic jeans and tee combo. Via Etsy seller Emily Jones.
This gorgeous scarf is handpainted and handrolled, and is originally from Thailand. The incredibly striking peacock would look beautiful as a tablecloth (this scarf is also quite large), or worn any which way. Via Lakesidecottage on Etsy.
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