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  • Size : 35” x 35”
  • 97% recycled polyester, 3% spandex
  • Eco-friendly and sustainable materials
  • Fabric weight: 110 g/m²
  • Material percentages may vary slightly. Check the label for actual content.
  • Design is digitally printed first on raw fabric and then crafted into your product.
  • Premium quality guaranteed by certified manufacturers of well-known brands.
  • Please note: All fabric is made to order, and color variations may occur between different orders. We work only with certified suppliers with the highest level of ethics, compliance, sustainability, and social responsibility track records.

Classic Square Cut

The classic square scarf is a good accessory for different style looks, classic and elegant square, to give your look that extra edge.

Ultra-soft Chiffon-like Fabric

The classic scarf is composed of textured chiffon-like fabric. With the fluid drape of lightweight fabric, it comes smooth and super soft with a naked feel.

Eco-friendly

The recycled polyester used in products is sourced from clear plastic water bottles.

They are cleaned and turned into pellets that are spun into new, high-quality yarn.

We use this to create our premium apparel based on your make-to-order requirements.

It's our commitment to reducing our environmental impact.

Machine wash gentle cycle at 30 degrees Celsius; Do not bleach; Tumble dry low; Do not iron; Do not dry clean.

IMPERIAL/IN 35” x 35”
Width 35.4
Height 35.4

This size data was obtained manually measuring the product, it may vary up to 1"inch.

METRIC/CM 35” x 35”
Width 90
Height 90

This size data was obtained manually measuring the product, it may vary up to 2.54cm.

US+O Luxury Silky-like Square Scarf-Wrinkle Free Silky Like Texture

$28.75Precio
  • "San Blas"  Dentro del archipiélago de Guna Yala, (también conocido antes como archipiélago de San Blas o archipiélago de las Mulatas) es un conjunto de 365 pequeñas islas e islotes, pertenecientes a Panamá y situadas frente a la costa septentrional del istmo, al este del canal de Panamá, de las cuales solamente unas 49 están habitadas. Es la patria ancestral de los indígenas guna, que forman parte de la comarca Guna Yala a lo largo de la costa caribeña oriental de Panamá. Sin embargo, las islas podrían volverse inhabitables por el aumento del nivel del mar a finales del siglo XXI.

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