Despite the current challenging situation my St.Tropez scarves have continued to sell well. We do however have a small amount of stock left so I have decided to have an end of season scarf sale. Winter is definitely beginning to set in here in London and queuing up at the post office is becoming a very chilly affair.
If you are a regular reader of my blog you will know that I am a great fan of scarves. I love to zizz up an outfit with a colourful scarf. Maybe you have an item in your wardrobe that is not the most flattering colour when worn near your face, but you still love it as the fit and style suits you. In this situation, you can still enjoy wearing it by adding a scarf in one of your favourite colours.
When I started buying scarves in St.Tropez market and wearing them on the blog many of you wanted to know where I had bought them from. So two years ago I opened my Chicatanyage scarf shop.
Above and below are a selection of scarves that are still available at reduced prices. I hope you enjoy our end of season scarf sale.
If you are planning early for the festive season scarves make excellent gifts for friends and family.
End of season scarf sale
End of season scarf sale
Navy wool/silk embossed print scarf £35 reduced to £20 (also available in pink)| Chevron stripe scarf £25 reduced to £15 | cotton/viscose star print scarf £35 reduced to £25 | Large cotton scarf in apricot £18 reduced to £10 | Large cotton print scarf in green £18 reduced to £10 |Large cotton scarf in orange £18 reduced to £10.
Details of above: Large cotton scarf in Pistachio £18 reduced to £10 |Two tone reversible scarf £35 reduced to £20 |Cotton lobster print scarf £25 reduced to £18 |Cotton coral print scarf £25 reduced to £18 |Red ribbed headband sold out|Abstract print silk scarf £15 reduced to £8 |St. Tropez pochette £8 reduced to £5 |Small tie-dyed print scarf £15 reduced to £8.
Sadly I was not able to go to St.Tropez market this summer and I am not sure when we will be able to go back to France again. Let us hope that the situation will improve and we will be able to return next year.
The postal service is taking longer at the moment especially to the USA where parcels can take up to 30 days to reach their destination.
Just wondering whether you are going to be selling your lovely scarves again now that you have been back to France. They were so beautiful and I miss a little treat of buying a few to jazz up a top! Many thanks.
I did not find any nice scarves on my recent trip to the market. The stall I usually like was not there. Not sure if you are in the UK or US. It is now getting much more expensive. The cost of postage has gone up considerably. Also if I buy from my supplier in Paris because of Brexit I will have to pay tariffs. I will be going back to Grimaud in June so maybe I will be able to find some scarves then.