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Margaret Howell

Oversized Glencheck Scarf

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Handwoven for precision and warmth, this scarf offers an embrace with the luxurious softness of Geelong lambswool. The classic Glencheck pattern adds timeless flair while fringing detailing enhances its distinctive charm.
  • Details & features
    - 100% Wool
    - Geelong lambswool construction
    - Glencheck pattern
    - Gently fringed edges
    - Style-No.: UNAC0516A23KZPRUS
  • Shipping terms

    We offer Free Shipping on all orders above DKK 1.000 / €220 / 160 / USD$ 220. Free shipping is automatically applied at checkout when meeting the order min.

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    - Greenland and The Faroe Islands DKK 120 (Postnord)

    Europe (free shipping over 250€):
    - DHL — Express (VAT Countries Only) 17€ | 1-2 working days
    - FedEx — Economy 13€ | 3-4 working days

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    *We do not offer shipping to Russia.
  • About the brand
    Margaret Howell is a hands-on designer, one whose philosophy has always been to make clothing as she drew them - relaxed and lived in with a natural look. Margaret found inspiration in the fine make and fabric of a man’s shirt, she used quality shirting usually issued for formal wear, but making it up into a softer, less traditional shirt. As a designer, Margaret finds men’s clothing interesting in structure, feel and functionality, after all this she started making womenswear when she realised that women wanted the men’s clothing she was producing.
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