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Scarves

Scarves are a second wardrobe, taking a simple black dress from day to night in a flash, or dressing up a white shirt and black pants.

A luxury scarf is one of the quickest ways of changing your look – from a beautifully coloured photo scarf to a silk scarf for work or a quick Audrey Hepburn fix, or a more bohemian embellished scarf for dressing up jeans or any casual occasion.

You can’t have too many scarves, particularly if you have a monotone wardrobe. Whether you choose the new season’s photo scarves or new colours such as plums and purples, always wearable neutrals, caramel or duck egg blue, or even something more stand-out such as a combination of fire engine red and black spots, you can achieve valuable extra fashion mileage with very little effort.

A luxury silk satin scarf will let you nod to fashion trends without being a slave to them and over investing in a whole outfit. You will recognize some key fashion trends in our scarves: choose a richly coloured photo scarf featuring fruits or interiors; vintage American scenes, nostalgic floral blooms; silk squares, oriental richness, English country estate, and tapestry.

We have many designer scarf collections as part of the Lily Gardner London range, all beautiful creations designed or discovered by Lily.

The mainstay of our photo scarf range are the seasonal scarves designed by New Zealander Lillie Toogood for her label Good and Co. Lily Gardner discovered her work while flicking through an Air New Zealand in-flight magazine at 30,000 feet above the Tasman Ocean.  Lillie focuses on large format scarves created from a photographic journal of her travels. With a background in graphics and textile design, she uses her skills to rework the photos and her eye to focus on detail that escapes many.

The photo scarves are very clever. Not only are they wearable art but they fold and drape to become just colour hues. They change in colour emphasis depending on which way you wear them.

All Good and Co luxury scarves are made from natural materials to produce silk, linen, cotton and wool scarves. We have new collections twice a year.
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