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The Pacific Sarong

This is an image, taken from space by a satellite, of the Baring Sea, which is the part of the Pacific Ocean that divides Eurasia from the Americas.

Not an obvious place to sun bathe or swim, but a beautiful image for a scarf-sarong nonetheless.

If it can be worn there as a scarf - and it can in summer - then it can be worn anywhere, any time. 
You'll find it feels truly luxurious - and silky - next to the skin.

However, as it's mainly modal - a natural product made from beech tree resin - it weighs almost nothing, and folds to almost nothing, so is perfect for a coat pocket for winter walk, or to pop in a suitcase for sunshine breaks.

It's also long enough and wide enough to give you plenty of options for wrapping into different styles.

And it's less than half price here on our own website.

  • 198 x 108 cms (78" x 42")
  • 85% modal (a natural product made from beech tree resin)
  • 15% pure silk
  • Printed in Italy near Lake Como
  • Wash in warm water or dry clean
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