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Everlane sourced its silk, linen, wool and cashmere scarves from a reputable mill in Hawick, Scotland.
At more than six feet long and a foot and a half wide, the scarves can be worn unfolded as a shawl or folded around your neck.
Um, hello, Los Angeles weather? What?s going on with you lately? You?re supposed to be nothing-but-blue-skies springtime, not overcast alternating with drizzle. Getting dressed lately has turned into a parade of long-sleeved shirts, sweaters and jackets--not the get-up-and-go ease we?re accustomed to.
Well, we?ve found a magic garment that makes all those layers obsolete. The new spring scarf ($70) from California clothiers Everlane is keeping us warm. Like Linus?s blanket, this garment is multipurpose. It?s a wrap: On chilly mornings, we wind the lightweight silk/linen/wool/cashmere around our shoulders. It?s an accent garment: Worn around our neck, the red-and-blue style adds Franco-chic to a white shirt, while the peach-and-blue stripe is über-flattering to all complexions. For earth-tone aficionados, there?s a mini-stripe tan version. The scarf makes a great turban, too.
We?ve been fans of e-shop Everlane since it debuted in late 2011, selling the perfect T-shirt for $15; lately, it's expanded its wares (don?t miss the Peter Pan-collar silk blouse, $80). But the company?s fewer choices, higher quality philosophy means each garment is designed to have a unique purpose. Seasonal-transition security blanket, check--thanks to Everlane.
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