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The Ultimate Ladies’ Accessory...

Enjoying this glorious summer, I have been debuting all of my lovely summer dresses, bags, sandals (so many outfits, too few days). But, last weekend on my way out to meet the girls for a fun evening of cocktails, I suddenly thought, do I take a coat? I didn’t fancy covering up my lovely dress and then it came to me...a scarf! Rushing back upstairs, I delved into my little collection...

A cute and light accessory for all seasons, there are just too many designs, colours and styles to choose from. Here at Podarok, we have sourced some lovely scarves and pashminas, perfect for an elegant night out, or a last minute lunch. Fox & Chave’s 100% silk scarves are British made and feel fantastically luxurious. Featuring designs based on works of art, the Botticelli Roses and Blackadder Tulip scarves are my favourites. Summery and colourful, they are the perfect length to drape oh so delicately across the neck. Pop on your sunglasses and you will be very Hollywood chic!

But sometimes you may need something a little more substantial, but why should you compromise on beauty? Our Platki scarves are sourced all the way from Russia. Made from 100% wool, the designs are stunning, using rich colours to create a pashmina that would look sublime draped over an evening dress.

As much as I am loving the Indian summer we are having, the evenings can get a little cool. Alison Dupernex’s knitted scarves are simply gorgeous and the perfect evening accessory. Creatively designed and expertly made, Alison’s scarves are superb. From the Rockpools Blue Scarf, which reminds me of family trips to the seaside, to the Harris Heather Scarf, you really are spoilt for choice. Made only from the finest natural threads, sourced from as far and wide as Italy and Japan, each scarf possesses a touch of luxury and really complements any outfit.

Why not treat yourself to a beautiful scarf or two this summer. With our silk scarves starting from only £35, they are a necessity, aren’t they?

August 08, 2013 by Daliah Bond
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