Winters are gone and summers have arrived and now we have to make lots of changes in our wardrobe. But scarfs are always by our side only their fabric changes. From cosy woollen scarfs to light and bright color scarfs with rich fabric; summers have brought to us wide variety in scarfs. Here we are listing some well known fabrics and patterns which are exclusively from India. Tags: Must have scarves.
These Banarsi scarves are know for their finest weave and vibrant color. Try this scarf to give your dress an affluent look.
Cotton is the most loved fabric of summer and nothing trendy than this can happen to a cotton scarf. These character prints with a mix of bright colors have made it a must buy.
In our country we have an army of highly skilled weavers who are always ready to surprise us with their intricating work. These embroidered scarfs are really worth buying.
Whether we talk of bandhani sarees, skirt, kurtas or scarfs these beautiful patterns with rich colors are always ready to mesmerise us. A must have scarf to brighten your dress.
Phulkari a well know hand embroidery from the state of punjab is all set to give you a chic look with their simple yet exotic designs.
This hand block printed kalamkari scarf is all that a lady needs to complete her gorgeous look. The best thing about this scarf is that they are 100% natural, from its fabric to its dye everything is extracted from plants.
We all love kanchipuram silk saree and these scarfs are sure to give you that plush feel. And the smooth silk fabric will provide you with all the comfort that one desires in hotty summers.
We all love tassles it adds definition to our dress and bring our art of ornating things. These bright contrasting tassles are sure to bring that zing in your look.
We all know summers are to experiment with bright colors and what can be more brighter than neon. And adding these contemporary prints of elephants and flowers is a solid fusion of modern colors with old art.
Want to try something different go for the vintage look and don’t forget to wrap this vintage scarf with traditional embroidery around your neck to complete the look.