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Long Hand-dyed Tuareg Scarf

60.00 AUD

Blue is a colour that defines Morocco. From the wild oceans and the open skies, to the crumbling walls of indigo-drenched Chefchaouen and the scarves of the Tuareg tribal people, it’s the shade that most strongly evokes memories of this wonderful country for me.
Hand-dyed in Morocco, this lightweight cotton scarf with its unfinished edges is straight out of Arabian Nights and the hallmark of the Tuareg “Blue Men” who use them to protect their faces from the sun and the sand as they travel nomadically through the deserts.
Perfect for covering up at the beach, as a wrap on chilly plane journeys, or as a pretty sexy looking scarf anywhere anytime, she’s the perfect travel companion.
I can’t wait to see where you take her.

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Condition: New; hand-dyed so slight imperfections with the colour which add to its charm. Middle section and ends dip-dyed in a deeper blue
Material: 100 percent cotton with raw edging
Approximate dimensions: 460cm long, 80cm wide

Pieces featured in Nina’s Bazaar are vintage, pre-loved or handmade one-offs so there may be imperfections which add to the character of each piece.


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