About prAna Stripe Knotted Tassel Scarf (For Women)
Closeouts. Pretty hues ripple across the loose-knit fabric of prAna's striped tassel scarf, its soft, knotted style and waving edges lending a casual, earthy appeal.
- Dimensions (LxW): 66-½x7" with 6-½" fringe
- Fabric: Acrylic
- Care: Machine wash, hang dry
- Made in China
prAna Womens Size Chart
Note: Measurements are body measurements, not dimensions of the garment.
Fitted: Snug to the body and form fitting.
Standard: Skims the body with slight contour.
Relaxed: Drapes loosely on the body. Roomy and comfortable.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by WildernessAtHeart from Washington on Monday, December 30, 2013it keeps you warm...
Reviewed by yogatraveler from DC on Sunday, December 8, 2013I am writing a second review as I ordered another color this year. After wearing the original purple one I realized the fabric is itchier on the neck during wear than I originally thought. I also noticed that the scarf folds itself in half on the long side and nothing seems to keep it flat (it arrives flat but upon wear or hanging in the closet it folds self up.) However it is still acceptable enough that for a very cheap sale price I decided to buy another of these otherwise-expensive Prana scarves. The colors are beautiful. Since I have acquired a tan trench coast this year I decided to buy the tan/brown stripe scarf. Alas, the new scarf immediately folded itself in half.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Raft princess from Boise, id on Tuesday, January 29, 2013Great, warm, nice looking scarf
Reviewed by An outdoorsy woman from Michigan on Monday, January 28, 2013Great scarf at a great price! I love this scarf, and the purchase is a no brainer for such a good price. It is practical for any cold condition wether it be a stroll through town, a trip to the slopes or a walk with the dog. This scarf goes:)
Verified Buyer Reviewed by hope*joy from Los Angeles, CA on Thursday, January 24, 2013I love Prana!