Market of Stars

Land of Plenty Printed Scarf


Pastoral landscapes, a delightfully pretty palette, and touches of vintage charm — welcome to the Land of Plenty! This lovely scarf has an airy mix of aqua, sage, grey and cream with an eclectic, cottagecore feel. We combined two beautiful pieces of art: a tree-filled farm landscape from Drenthe Province in the Netherlands by painter Egbert van Drielst from the 1700’s, and a cross-stitch sampler from the same era by an anonymous artist. Finally, we added the word “Peace” to the printed trim. The result is a dreamy, whimsical and joyful — and we definitely encourage skipping while wearing it ;)

After so many requests from our wonderful customers, we're thrilled to introduce scarves to our lineup! We've modelled the size and weight after our favourite vintage French scarves to create chic, easy to wear designs for every day use. Wear them wrapped once around the neck, tucked in to a jacket, or tied in the hair. Crafted from soft viscose, the fabric is a lighter, airier weight than our kimonos, with the same beautifully soft feel.

Pure bamboo / wood viscose. Handwash, hang to dry.

68cm x 155cm.

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