The Scarf is a classical fashion accessory that has existed from centuries. It is basically a piece of cloth, rectangular or square in shape that is usually tied around the neck but also can be tied around the head or waist. Its functional use can be to protect against harsh climate (bitter-cold winters, scorching summer heat) or for religious purposes. At present time, however, scarves are an embodiment of fashion and style. It’s history can be traced back to where it has its roots, that is, in ancient Rome where its motive was to keep people clean using a cloth called Sudarium, translating to a sweat cloth. It was mostly used by the men around their neck, head or waist when they worked under the hot blazing sun, to protect them against the same. Women also started using these scarves made of cloth not because of its functionality but as a fashion statement. Sarves became a part of the women fashion accessories in the early 1800s when popular fashion houses started to manufacture scarves due to the increasing consumer demand. Hence, cheaper materials such as rayon came into the picture, gaining popularity over silk, wool and pashmina scarves. By the 20th century cultural and fashion icons and celebrities who frequently led fashion trends and fads, such as the embodiment of scarf as a fashion accessory, which soon became a part of the mainstream fashion society.
At FleAffair, a wide variety of scarves have been showcased such as the multi-coloured scarves with tassels or latkans at the end. FleAffair also has a unique range of fashionable and decorous scarves with necklace, pendant, silver chain and beads.