Fashion: Sophia Costa’s Scarf Menagerie

Why let the French have all the fun? They’re known for making scarves look effortlessly chic and have taught the rest of us quite a bit about how to tie one on. From about September to May, you can usually find me wearing a scarf – light pashmina in the fall, thick cashmere in the winter, soft silk in the spring. I recently learned about the Sophia Costas collection of scarves and I love that they are available in various fabrics (lightweight rayon or heavier wool, for example). More importantly, the Sophia Costas scarves are all handcrafted in fair-trade work environments (in Nepal, for example) that aim to preserve traditional artisan practices.

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Sophia Costas – modal sheep scarf, $29

elephant-scarf-Sophia-CostasSophia Costas – rayon elephant scarf, $39

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Sophia Costas – lightweight wool elephant scarf, $59

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 Sophia Costas – wool penguin scarf, $129

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Sophia Costas – wool llama scarf, $129

These and a full selection of colourful scarves are available online at Berglund and Flying A NYC.

Thanks to Flying A NYC for sponsoring this post. Thanks also to Xena & Liz.

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