LOOKING BACK MERINO WOOL SCARF

$129.00
+ free delivery
or 4 payments of $32.25 with
Ships from
Melbourne, VIC

TELLING STORIES THROUGH DESIGN
A dog&boy scarf is an everyday luxury for the woman who appreciates sophisticated and timeless design and seeks something practical yet stylish for her everyday outfit.

STYLE IT YOUR WAY
In moody winter hues, this original limited edition design is perfect styled bundled around the neck in the cooler months.

More than your average accessory, our scarves are adaptable and trans-seasonal to be part of your everyday wardrobe adding a splash of colour and a hint of personality.

DESIGNED WITH LOVE
A percentage of sales from every scarf sold goes to the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation, so that someone else's mum, grandma, wife, loved one, may continue on their journey and enjoy the beauty, and love, of everyday.

Specifications

  • Gift-boxed and how-to-wear brochure
  • Size: 130cm x 130cm
  • Weight: 0.5kg
  • Material composition: 100% Australian merino wool
  • Care instructions: Hand-wash in cool water with gentle soap; roll in a towel to remove excess water; hang out of direct sunlight. Do not tumble dry or bleach.
  • Country of manufacture: China

Dog & Boy scarves are an enduring everyday luxury designed to make every woman feel stylish by adding a practical but gorgeous finishing touch to any outfit. Trans-seasonal, simple yet luxurious, they make the perfect companion for those who want to express their unique style.

The limited-edition designs are bold and timeless, with an air of sophistication and a little bit of fun. Their inspiration comes quite simply from ‘the beauty of everyday’. From a walk in the park, to the smell of rain, or changing of the seasons, each design tells a story.

Expected delivery time within 3-5 business days

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“Like Sonya Michele of Dog & Boy, I, too, have a scarf obsession. The 100% merino wool designs have a soft, easy-to-wear palette and each sale supports the Cure Brain Cancer Foundation, a cause close to my heart.”
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