Blanket Scarfs - Super-Sized Wraps in Cashmere Merino - Shawl or Giant Scarf - Ribbed Design - Perfect for Winter and Ideal for Travel - Light Stone


Our Super-Sized Blanket Scarfs are a winter gem. They are both long and wide so can be double wrapped around the neck with plenty of trailing fabric or worn around the shoulders, they're really versatile, so it's up to you. They are both Casual and smart, so pair them with jeans at the weekend or wear them around the shoulders with an evening dress.

Men love these too, as they are a perfect long & wide scarf to wear with coats or jackets. Made with Cashmere 20% & Merino 80%, they are very warm and soft around the neck and shoulders.

Size: 210cm x 70cm - Long and wide

We want to give you the best possible online shopping experience so aim to get your purchase to you next day if ordered before 2pm ( Monday-Friday)

If you decide the purchase is not for you, then we offer free returns and a full refund.

Give us a brief explanation as to why you wish to return the item and we will send you a pre-paid label to return to us.

Most UK orders are sent First Class Next Day Royal Mail - £3.85 fixed rate

For bulk orders we may use other courier services, but we will forward any tracking details in this event.

International orders £9.50 - tracking supplied


Care for me, and we'll be together a long time...

Buying natural and wearing our clothing longer means we can all do our tiny bit for the planet.

Adorawool's natural fibres, whether Cashmere, Wool, Merino or Silk, are machine washable at a low temperature and slow spin.
Ideally, on a delicates or wool cycle with a mild detergent.

If you want the best for your garments, then a slow, gentle soak in a handwash or wool liquid will ensure you keep your favourite yarns for decades to come.

Once washed, rinsed and gently wrung, dry flat over a clothes horse. Enabling the fibres to slowly regain their shape and form.
Looking and feeling new, like the day you first met.

For peace of mind, stow your knitwear in a sealed bag throughout the warmer months, where hungry moths can't snack on the keratin in the fibres.

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