Scarfs or scarves? Which do you think is the correct plural of 'scarf'?
Mostly I choose 'scarves' to describe this most useful of accessories. But you may prefer 'scarfs' and it seems that either is acceptable.
But which sort of scarf is your favourite? Personally, as you may have guessed, I love the look and feel of pure silk best, although a blend of silk and cotton or silk and cashmere also have much to recommend them.
These 'Bananas' scarves are made from pure silk chiffon, which is light and soft to the touch. It drapes beautifully and always adds a touch of luxury and fun to your outfit, be that casual or a little more formal.
Although the subject of this design is 'Bananas', that is not evident when it is worn - the overall impression bring of happy, tropical colours and a kaleidoscope of moving shapes
When you examine it
more closely you will see a little 'visual story' of banana flowers,
tiny babies, and a background of beautiful, broad leaves, which act as a
foil to several varieties of the fruit - red, green and yellow.
To see details of the 'thumbnail' images, please click on each to enlarge it, then examine sections of each to appreciate even finer details.
What is your aim when shopping for silk scarves (or scarfs!)? Are you looking for a special accessory for one or more of your outfits, or are you searching for that special gift for a friend?
When searching online you will end up at a page something like this, somewhere in the world-wide internet/universe.
Do you like to go straight to the 'SHOP' section of a website? I imagine that would be the case if you know what you are looking for and if you have dealt with the website previously and have a well founded feeling of trust that they will deliver what they offer.
If you are just looking for ideas and getting the 'feel' of how a particular website performs, perhaps you prefer to browse for your first couple of visits?
I do hope that you find it an enjoyable experience.