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This lightweight head scarf, or kerchief, features a repeat pattern of our original Poppy Field design with additional petal accents. Made from 100% Polyester, with a velvet chiffon feel, wrap yourself in a beautiful fabric field of poppies.
From November 1st to 11th, Erstwilder will be donating $5 from the sale of this scarf to The Poppy Appeal.
For the rest of the year we will be donating $2 from the sale of every one of these pieces on ERSTWILDER.COM to The Poppy Appeal/the ANZAC Appeal.
Discover our complete collection of poppy brooches, earrings, necklaces and scarves here
Scarf Designer Jess Racklyeft
Size: 70cm x 70cm
Cold hand wash
Do not iron
Do not tumble dry
So happy I bought the scarf to match the brooch. It's so cute! I am in love with it.
Such beautiful fabric. The perfect final touch to my Remembrance Day outfit. So easy to fold and tie
Love love love it. Feels so luxurious, can’t possibly go wrong. Looking at the other scarves now 🤭
It's great and looks wonderful
It is lovely, very pretty and I am looking forward to wearing it in summer.
I plan on wearing this little darling all year long. She just... *gets* me and my love for cheese, you know? I know she and I will be great friends as long as she doesn't hog the cheeseboard.
Beautiful detail, right down to the innocent look in her long-lashed eyes.
Absolutely in love, so glad I ordered her!!! Quickly shipped and well packaged. What a beautiful tribute to Elsa Lanchester, the iconic Bride of Frankenstein.
I ordered this during the fundraiser, the sweatshirt is the best quality I have ever purchased. The embroidered image on the front is even better in person. I just love it. I’m doing a unit on endangered animals and I wanted to wear this to help spread awareness. It’s perfect, extremely talented designer, Thank you!
I love it, it is so cute.
Such a cute brooch, and I find that the colours go with many outfits. My kids find it hilarious that she’s a booby (as do I...unsophisticated sense of humour 😁). Didn’t have to wait too long for it to reach England, although I was dismayed by the £12.60 customs charge - no fault of Erstwilder though, of course.