Oversized Lambswool Scarf - Dressl StewartOversized Lambswool Scarf - Dressl Stewart

Oversized Lambswool Scarf – Dress Stewart

$108.00

Oversized Lambswool Scarf – Dress Stewart by Gloverall. This oversized scarf features a fringed trim. Woven in Scotland using the softest lambswool. Dry clean.

Features
100% Lambswool
Fringed Trim
Woven in Scotland

About Gloverall
Gloverall is home to the original duffle coat design. Since its inception in 1951, the foundations of Gloverall have always been rooted in the sensibilities of British fashion and culture. They use high-quality materials and the finest fabrics to produce timeless clothing. Heritage and craftsmanship have always been at the forefront of Gloverall’s duffle coats, and this has remained unchanged to the present day.

They got their start five years after the end of World War II. Gloves and Overall wholesalers H&F Morris, Harold and Freda, were offered a large quantity of surplus military Duffle Coats which quickly sold out in camping and leisurewear shops. This success prompts Harold, son of a master tailor, and Freda to produce their own Duffle coats for their new company Gloverall. Harold decides to refine the duffle coats. He replaces the thick jute rope fasters, which can be difficult to attach to the coats, with leather straps. He also introduces an Italian check back fabric.

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Description

Oversized Lambswool Scarf – Dress Stewart by Gloverall. This oversized scarf features a fringed trim. Woven in Scotland using the softest lambswool. Dry clean.

Oversized Lambswool Scarf – Dress Stewart Features
100% Lambswool
Fringed Trim
Woven in Scotland

About Gloverall
Gloverall is home to the original duffle coat design. Since its inception in 1951, the foundations of Gloverall have always been rooted in the sensibilities of British fashion and culture. They use high-quality materials and the finest fabrics to produce timeless clothing. Heritage and craftsmanship have always been at the forefront of Gloverall’s duffle coats, and this has remained unchanged to the present day.

They got their start five years after the end of World War II. Gloves and Overall wholesalers H&F Morris, Harold and Freda, were offered a large quantity of surplus military Duffle Coats which quickly sold out in camping and leisurewear shops. This success prompts Harold, son of a master tailor, and Freda to produce their own Duffle coats for their new company Gloverall. Harold decides to refine the duffle coats. He replaces the thick jute rope fasters, which can be difficult to attach to the coats, with leather straps. He also introduces an Italian check back fabric.