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This large neck scarf features a repeat pattern of our original On the Prowl cat design with additional Art Deco emblem accents. Made from 100% Polyester, with a velvet chiffon feel, it's the purrfect accessory for feline fanciers.
Scarf Designer Jess Racklyeft
Original Design by Elena Leong
Size: 70cm x 180cm
Cold hand wash
Do not iron
Do not tumble dry
This is a great scarf for your hair, your neck, your purse, your whatever! Beautiful, saturated colors and an adorable print made it the purrfect accessory!
I love wearing it, it feels really and I love the color and design. A very vintage feel.
Another glorious beauty from Erstwilder. I'm a big matchy matchy fan, and have the headscarf and brooch to go with this neck scarf. What a combo! The most compliments I have EVER received on one outfit! I feel gorgeous in this scarf, and the scarf feels gorgeous too, so soft and silky! Beautiful piece!
Lovely design and colour!
Thanks for a lovely shopping experience. Ordered scarves for a gift and they came really quickly and were beautifully wrapped. Thanks again x
This little Brooch has clean lines with just a few vivid colours .Its attractively simple in design and so cute I want to pop it in my mouth and eat it.
Can almost taste it and hear its crunch. It looks Crispy-luscious.
I bought myself this brooch to commemorate the Penrith Panthers winning the NRL grand final. I'm not a huge footy fan but My family goes for the panthers and we had a great night that I'll always remember. This brooch even looks great on black because the glitter gives it dimension.
Absolutely LOVE these! They are well made, beautifully and spooky! What more could a Halloween loving hooman want! Thank you!!
Such great colour and eye for detail in this big red car brooch. Makes me wanna sing the brig red car song every time! I love it so much.
I really love their snoopy Time to Dance. Always brings me a good mood when I look at it. Erstwilder had great communication and customer service as I had to exchange due to some yellow hues and they were happy to exchange.