Introducing the Colour Block Stripe Scarves

Have been so excited to add these beautiful scarves to the Alice’s Wonders collection. They’ve already been incredibly well received – and shared on social media, which is always super cool to see. It is definitely one of the best things about my little business, seeing the pieces I’ve selected, and love – being worn by so many fab, lovely and stylish women all over the UK and even overseas!

5 gorgeous colour ways; a mix of vivid brights like the bright red and jade green scarves below, and more muted shades. The jade in particular is very low in stock already.

Jade Colour Block Stripe Scarf
Jade Colour Block Stripe Scarf
Red Colour Block Stripe Scarf

The navy is a rich, intense shade, almost cobalt.  An easy way to elegantly upgrade a simple navy sweater and jeans outfit.  Almost goes without saying that all the bright colourways would perfectly compliment a classic Breton.

Navy Blue Colour Block Stripe Scarf

The last two are from a more muted colour palette, with more than a nod to the decade of the season – the ’70s are everywhere, but with a contemporary edge. Can just picture Ali MacGraw in Love Story sporting either the maroon or the coffee scarves – sadly can’t guarantee the appearance of Warren Beatty though!

Maroon Colour Block Scarf
Coffee Colour Block Stripe Scarf

Finally, here’s how these lovely ladies – and me 🙂 – have worn theirs….

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Ooh, one last thing – the Yellow Fern Scarf is coming back…sometime in the next week or so. Just email on to go on the waiting list for this lovely burst of spring sunshine.

Stock drop coming soon…….

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