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  • Love this scarf!
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    This scarf is so cozy and looks great with everything I wear - I had to buy it in a second color. I absolutely love it. Often I forget to take it off after I come inside because it is so light and comfortable.

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    caireland February 16, 2012
  • Beautiful
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    I ordered this for my Grandmother who lives in Arkansas, and it is so soft and warm, I ordered the Camel color. It is a tad darker then I thought but I love it and I know she will also.

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    rosendaisy December 22, 2010
  • Awesome
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    Warm and soft to skin - love it! Have worn over and over and is holding up great!

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    senter66 January 26, 2010
  • Warm and elegant gift choice
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    The cocoon scarf looks good on and you do not necessarily have to take it off as it can double as a sort of draped, tunic-like scarf when you slide it down and wear it around the neck. It stays on, shields from the cold and did not completely mess my up my hair :) Keep in mind, this is not a 100% cashmere scarf and while not nearly as itchy as a blend with rayon; the 50-percent cashmere/50-percent wool blend may not feel as soft on bare skin. I did not find this to be the case though some who are super prone to the itch factor might. I bought the black for myself and the iron for my daughter-in-law. I was tempted to keep the iron since it is a luscious, deep taupe and looks like it will make any outfit.

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    konyha January 3, 2010
  • Really Warm!

    Used this skiing the past weekend and it really does keep in the heat. We don't get that many really cold days in Texas but if I lived in MN this would live on my head!

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    November 21, 2008
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