This golden orange scarf is warm, cheerful and striking.
The color is often used to represent something precious, festive or sunny.
The golden orange is a variant of ocher yellow, an earthy color that is common in nature.
The scarf is made of medium thick rayon thread that is tightly woven in a zigzag pattern.
Rayon, the yarn with which this scarf is woven, is fine and feels soft. It is super strong and shines softly.
The scarf shines slightly and drapes beautifully around the shoulders.
It is a classic scarf with a luxurious look that enhances your outfit.
Both women and men wear this scarf.
This golden orange plain, timeless scarf will give you years of pleasure.
Golden orange scarf with paint from the trees
No chemicals pollute the rivers of our weavers.
The yarns of this scarf are dyed with paint from nature before weaving.
The plants and flowers that color the scarf grow near the weaver’s village.
The paint ended up on the scarf using age-old techniques.
The flowers of the Orlean tree (Bixa orellana) were used for this beautiful golden orange scarf.
It is the seeds of this tree that ultimately gave this scarf its special color.
The dyes from nature and the honest craftsmanship make this orange scarf a sustainable product.
Combine this golden orange scarf
To complement your look, you can wear this scarf with dark shades, such as black, brown, gray or navy blue.
These colors provide a nice contrast with the shine of the scarf.
So you can easily combine it with a black jacket.
If you want to put more emphasis on the scarf, it is best to combine it with light or pastel colors, such as white, cream, beige or light pink.
These colors make it complete.
Complementary or contrasting colors such as blue, green, purple and even red also go well with this scarf.
They provide a lively and playful effect.
A blue winter coat goes very well with this golden orange scarf.
Made by weavers with experience
In Sakon Nakhon, the land produces crops only once a year.
The residents supplement their income with hand-woven fabrics.
The weavers learned the tricks of the trade from their mothers and neighbors.
By buying this scarf you help the ladies and the craft can continue.
A few features of this beautiful scarf:
woven by hand
Also read: Why is handmade special?