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Cotton Scarves Provide Comfortable & Cool Styles For Spring

Scarves have a distinctive quality of giving a fresh look to any outfit. Since they can be worn in many different styles and are an affordable way to accentuate one’s wardrobe, scarves are becoming essential accessories for both men and women.

Scarves are affordable accessories that can be added to any outfit to make it fresh and stylish. Scarves can be worn in a wide variety of ways, ranging from head wraps and sarongs to neck scarves and wraps. It can be folded and tied in front for a casual look, or draped like a shawl over a dress for a more formal look. There are unlimited possibilities and you can create your own unique styles to wear the scarves.

Scarves come in a wide variety of styles, sizes, and materials. Most scarves in the market today are machine made using synthetic yarns such as viscose and rayon. More distinctive and unique scarves are hand-woven using natural yarns such as cotton, silk and wool. Such scarves are made by weavers on hand-looms and each weaving style gives a different look and feel. Hand-woven scarves range from elegant, classical weaves that are used for saris and other traditional dress to more contemporary weaves that incorporate ruffles and textures. Hand-woven scarves are of the highest quality and are made to last, and the natural yarns they are woven with make them better with use and easy to maintain.

Pure cotton is soft, comfortable and suitable for all weathers. Cotton scarves will keep you warm in the winter and protect from the sun in the summers. Adding silk to cotton, gives it a brilliant luster and unique texture and also adds more warmth. Cotton scarves come in different sizes, designs and colors. Different weaves will give a different texture and look to the cotton, and colors are more subtle and rich in hand-woven cotton and other natural fibers.

Hand-woven cotton scarves for women are made in many parts of the world. In India, each region has different weaving communities who have their own unique weaving styles and traditions. Generally, the entire village is involved in some aspect of the craft, ranging from dyeing the yarn and setting the loom to weaving and tying the tassels at the end of the scarf. By applying techniques like tie – dye, embroidery, and block printing to the finished product, the scarves become even more distinctive and provide a means of livelihood to artisan groups in different regions. Each piece is a work of art, and the high quality ensures that it will be a keepsake rather than just another accessory.

Joan Rasch