Because the scarves use complementary colours (mostly red and green) and because they are so fine and almost transparent, sections are influenced by the colour of the outfit with which they are worn.
Beth and Allana look as though they are having fun, don't you think?
This 'Morning Has Broken' abstract design developed from a feeling about the vibrancy of a new day, when light floods over the landscape and colour leaps.
Colours are strong and contrasting primary colours have been used, offset by moving lines, denoting energy and excitement.
They are perfect for use with outfits that use plain, strong colours or black or white, making a bold and fun statement - no 'shrinking violets' here!
'Morning Has Broken' silk chiffon scarf is listed in the right hand table, below, if you would like to purchase one (or several). It's an easy process, postage within Australia being free.
Click on each image, above, for an enlargement, then hover to appreciate closer details.
I wonder if you have a favourite yet?
All of these chiffon scarves are sheer and, therefore, semi-transparent. The intriguing result is that their colours appear to be influenced by the colour of the garment over which they are worn. I can imagine that you would have a lot of fun of you were to wear them with various plain colours.
If you choose a plain coloured outfit which is similar to one of the colours in the scarf, that colour in the scarf will appear to half vanish, therefore blending perfectly and looking as though it was made just for you!
Likewise, if your outfit has several colours and you choose a plainish-coloured sheer chiffon scarf, the scarf will appear to alter the colours beneath it - hey presto! Harmony reigns once again!
Don't take my word for it but if you would like to send me a photo of you enjoying playing with your scarf I shall be delighted to publish it on this site, to share with others.