Factory Outlets China Women Silk Scarf Custom Printing Luxory Simulation Brown Square Head Scarf Ladies Silk Neck Scarf

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Material: 100% silk, 100% cotton, 100% wool, 30% silk/70%wool

Size: customized

Sugessted size: 20.8X20.8, 25.6″X25.6″, 34.6″X34.6″, 43.3″X43.3″  53″X53″

Moq: 50piece/color availibe with custom designs

Printing mothed: double side digital printing, traditional single side digital printing

Hemming: hand rolling, machine stiching

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At the end of the 18th century, the triangular scarf gradually evolved into a long scarf, which could be tied around the chest and tied behind the back. The material was divided into thin cotton or fine linen. Later, with the French Revolution and the British Industrial Revolution, the industry in the European continent slowly developed, and the machine-made scarves were mass-produced. Originally a luxury unique to the nobles, they began to play an important role in the wardrobe of ordinary women.
In the 20th century, women gave full play to the wisdom of using silk scarves, and it began to accompany women on the streets and into the workplace. The real formation of modern silk scarves was in the 1920s, when the traditional use of long shawls and headscarves was abandoned, silk long scarves began to be used, and skills such as folding and knotting of scarves gradually attracted attention. In the 1930s, the popular materials for square scarves and long scarves were mostly silk or rayon, and the colors were very bold. Brands with great design styles were particularly popular. In the 1960s, silk scarves designed by well-known designers and brands appeared one after another, and silk scarves became a development accessory locked by clothing brands. In the 1970s, hippie folk-style floral turbans, large scarves or long shawls that were indispensable in winter, were very popular. In the 1990s, the retro trend returned to the fashion world.

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