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This hand-dyed Upstate scarf serves enough functions to make its $110 price tag easily justifiable: wear it as a spring scarf now, as a sarong in June, and as a cover up for chilly summer nights in August.
Founders Astrid Chastka and Kalen Kaminski use digital prints and special dye techniques, so each piece is truly one-of-a-kind. If you're not wild about the bright blue, it also comes in gray and turquoise.
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