Eileen Fisher

Blue and White Silk Scarf

$125 ($178) 30% OFF Extra 30% Off: Code EXTRA30

Eileen Fisher's modern aesthetic is reflected in this blue and white watercolored scarf. It’s crafted from lightweight silk and is the perfect size to wear draped over an open cardigan or tied neatly with a blazer.

FEATURES

  • Blue and White Silk Scarf
  • Finely stitch
  • Imported

Shown here with: Eileen Fisher Top, AG Jeans Pants, Bembien Bag, Jennifer Behr Earrings

MATERIAL & CARE

  • Composition: 100% silk
  • Care: dry clean only

Product Size Measurements

  • Length: 76"
  • Width: 15"

Eileen Fisher founded her namesake brand in 1984 for a very personal reason; she was having trouble getting dressed. At the time, she was working as a graphic designer and interior decorator, with many clients in Japan, and needed to look the part for her meetings. This meant a simple, chic ensemble—something that would endow confidence but was also comfortable, functional and required less effort than was normally expected for a woman to invest in her appearance. She wanted the process of dressing to be as straightforward as throwing on a uniform. After much thought, she developed a collection that showcased beautiful colors and great fabrics with simple shapes and proportions. The company believes that clothing should be ethical, timeless and well-made. Eileen Fisher fans love that they don't have to put too much thought into wearing her designs, which offer a sense of comfort and confidence each and every time.

Eileen Fisher's modern aesthetic is reflected in this blue and white watercolored scarf. It’s crafted from lightweight silk and is the perfect size to wear draped over an open cardigan or tied neatly with a blazer.

FEATURES

  • Blue and White Silk Scarf
  • Finely stitch
  • Imported

MATERIAL & CARE

  • Composition: 100% silk
  • Care: dry clean only

Product Measurements

  • Length: 76"
  • Width: 15"

Eileen Fisher founded her namesake brand in 1984 for a very personal reason; she was having trouble getting dressed. At the time, she was working as a graphic designer and interior decorator, with many clients in Japan, and needed to look the part for her meetings. This meant a simple, chic ensemble—something that would endow confidence but was also comfortable, functional and required less effort than was normally expected for a woman to invest in her appearance. She wanted the process of dressing to be as straightforward as throwing on a uniform. After much thought, she developed a collection that showcased beautiful colors and great fabrics with simple shapes and proportions. The company believes that clothing should be ethical, timeless and well-made. Eileen Fisher fans love that they don't have to put too much thought into wearing her designs, which offer a sense of comfort and confidence each and every time.

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