Elephant Print Scarf in Blue - Comes with its Story

This Elephant Scarf is famous – it was worn by the wonderful Joanna Lumley in her TV documentary ‘Joanna Lumley’s India’! She also reviewed her scarf saying:

“This enchanting elephant scarf is now my favourite.”

This elephant print is a unique design from Where Does It Come From? Each scarf is handmade using soft, khadi cotton and blockprinted by hand. There are two elepahnt designs – this one is pale blue with grey elephants – perfect for any elephant lovers you know!

All our products are made using sustainable, low-carbon techniques and each one comes with a code on the label so you can find out your garment's life story - how it was made and who was involved in making it. Our artisans work as part of ethically run, fairtrade co-operatives so you know they are being treated as you would wish.

Khadi is a soft, fine cotton fabric made famous by Mahatma Ghandi, who encouraged rural Indian people to produce their own cotton as part of his quest for a free India.

The scarves are approximately 2 metres long and 45 cm wide – some are slightly bigger. They are perfect as a summer stole or for wrapping round the neck for a warm and very decorative effect!

Garment care: Please wash at 30 degrees and iron with a cool iron on the reverse.

Quantity: 14

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