Gingezel™ Fashion For Her : Scarves See also Bandanas
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Square 26 inch Scarf ~ Art of Where

27 inch Black Block Print Scarf by Gingezel at Art of Where. Image courtesy of Art of Where
The 26'" scarf shown above is an elegant color block design. It has a real range of colors. This is partly to give you a scarf that will really work with your wardrobe. It is also because it was a test print to see just how wide a range of colors Art of Where could accurately reproduce.
Below is a photo of a blue color block. (I really got into color testing).
Photo of Gingzel Blue Color Block silk habotai scarf at Art of Where
Product Review Art of Where 26" Habotai Silk Scarf:
This is what I would call a reality photo. That scarf has been worn and machine washed for over a year, line dried, and never ironed because I hate ironing. It still looks great. These 26" scarves printed on silk habotai are my favorite scarves for personal use! I am acquiring quite a collection. I personally prefer a small scarf at my neck, so the size is just right. The print through is excellent, and so is the color. You can just see the back side at the tip where it is knotted - indistinguishable from the front. The scarves have held up well to repeated machine washing.They breath, so they work in a range of temperatures. (For those of you who are middle aged, that makes them very 'hot flash' friendly.) Disclaimer: I want to sell the scarves, but I try to be honest in reviews.

Long 16" x 72"
Gingezel Long Silk Scarf at Art of Where

Big Square 36" x36" ~ Art of Where

Art of Where materials:
Initially Art of Where only printed on silk, but they have added two synthetics. We've printed a lot of scarves over the years, and they do some of the best silk prints we've seen. The fabric options are now:
silk habotai - excellent print through
silk charmeuse - pure luxury
silk chiffon - easy to tie
rayon silk

Rayon Scarves ~ PAOM
Gingezel kaleidoscope pattern on 36 inch by 36 inch Rayon Scarf PAOM. Image courtesy of PAOM.
These rayon scarves are a big square 36"x36". Shown above is a kaleidoscope in purple, slate blue, and rust brown. Below is a photo of our woven fractal look design from the Peach Apricot Mango Collection.
Photo of Gingezel orange fractal 36 inch rayon Scarf at PAOM
Product Review PAOM rayon scarf. These are a lovely scarf. See the photo above for one that has been washed several times (and is not ironed in the photo).There is only partial print through on these so you have to be prepared to accept the back being a bit lighter but it's not bad. They are very soft and snuggly. The colors are vibrant. I like using one in the neckline of a coat, especially if I don't want to button or zip the jacket - looks great.

VP Silk Scarf ~ PAOM
Gingezel Pink Glitter and Stars VP Silk Scarf at PAOM. Image courtesy of PAOM.
Silk crepe de chine. Size 42' x57". Now that is a good sized wrap! I've shown it above with a dramatic pink design that is a mix of a fractal and brushwork providing glitter and leaves.

DIY Scarves ~ Spoonflower
Gingezel DIY Scarf with Summer Heat orange Spoonflower Fabric
Think about it ... over 900 designs ... your choice of size scarf ... your choice of fabric ranging from light weight cotton lawn to snuggly minky or fleece. If you like to sew, a scarf is a good project. With the fleece you don't even need to sew, the edges are stable so all you need to do is cut.

Gingezel fine art, designer fashion, accessories, and decorator decor created in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. All designs © Gingezel™ Inc. Gingezel™ designs and art are available worldwide through our fulfillment providers Art of Where, Fine Art America, ImageKinds, Print All Over Me, Society 6, Spoonflower, and Zazzle

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Images of Society 6 products courtesy of Society 6. Images of Print All Over Me products courtesy of PAOM. Images Fine Art America art and products courtesy of FAA. Images of Art of Where products courtesy of Art of Where. Wallpaper images courtesy of Spoonflower. Room and model simulations done in DAZ 3D. Photography by Donald S. Hall.