This organic cotton voile infinity scarf was hand block printed using nontoxic dyes by a group of talented artisans in Jaipur, India. We employ ethical, green practices that are kind to workers and the environment.
Your scarf purchase will support the efforts of Saving the Survivors, an organization that aims to treat and care for rhinos, elephants, and other endangered wildlife that have fallen victim to poaching or other traumatic incidents. Since 2008, poachers have killed at least 5,940 African rhinos so the threat to these incredible animals is very real. The work that STS does every day is nothing short of miraculous. Learn more about their work here.
Colors: Very pale peach background and peach horns
Size: 35” x 20” folded
Please note that this scarf was printed by hand so colors may vary and little imperfections should be expected.
Care: Wear and wash often for an even softer feel! You can hand wash or machine wash your scarf in cold or warm water. Gentle dry. No bleach. Warm steam iron.
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