Flowing lines offer graceful style for any occasion. Crafted from silky cashmere and wool, this ruana is ideal for layering during seasonal temperature changes. The roomy design skillfully masks flaws with its open, airy silhouette. Three inches of soft fringe detail line the edges.
Center back length from the shoulders measures 28"L. Made of 95% wool and 5% cashmere. Dry clean only. Made in China.
Obtained from the cashmere goat, this wool is renowned for its ultra-soft feel. The animal's coat is called a double fleece, consisting of a fine undercoat within the coarser guard hair. The undercoat is separated from the guard hair to make cashmere fibers. Since cashmere is a wool, the fabric offers lightweight insulation with comfortable breathability. And the wool resists wrinkles, for a polished appearance throughout the day.
Recreate Your Wardrobe with a Scarf
Adding a scarf to your outfit creates a custom look. With the variety of materials and patterns available, you'll find scarves suitable for everything from professional outfits to weekend looks. A scarf especially allows you to embrace a certain color or pattern fashion-trend without spending a lot of money. The wardrobe options are only limited by your imagination, but below are four ideas to get you started.
A stylish option for tailored or casual outfits, the European Loop works well with fluid scarves that measure at least 66"L and 20"W. To wear, fold scarf in half. Wrap around neck, with looped end on one side. Pull open ends of scarf through loop. Cinch as tight or loose around your neck as you like.
An elegant way to stay warm, this look works well with a variety of fabric weights. A scarf that is at least 70"L and 25"W will provide the best look. To wear, drape scarf around shoulders. At your chest, extend one end longer than the other. Toss the longer end over your shoulder. You can also attach a brooch at your shoulder for a custom look and secure fit.
One of the easiest ways to wear a scarf, this versatile look takes you from workday to weekend. An option for a variety of fabric weights, it looks best with a scarf that's at least 60"L and 40"W. To wear, drape around your neck with the ends extended at your back. Bring each end to the front and let dangle at your chest.
A square knot is the perfect way to wear a scarf draped on your shoulders. This look works well with fluid scarves around 42"L. To wear, drape scarf around shoulders. At your chest, extend the right end to be longer than the left. Cross the right end over the left and pull through. Then cross that left end over the right and pull through. Cinch as desired.