Hand printed Silk Scarves by Heidi Valkola

Afternoon lovelies!

I’m a scarf lover through and through – who doesn’t love brightening and mixing up an outfit with a fun and colourful scarf? I’ve blogged about scarves before ( Celia Gould silk Scarves here, and F+F nautical scarf here!)

I discovered the Somewhere Store, Etsy store owned by Finnish Heidi Valkola, on Instagram. I love the geometric symmetry of the scarves, with designs influences by nature- plants, birds and organisms of the sea! All things I absolutely love!

I chose the Jelly Fish scarf – you cannot get cooler than this! A mixture of blues and calming aqua, it chills out a summer outfit perfectly. I selected the smaller size which is more suitable for a neckscarf, headscarf or an additional to a handbag.

large jellyfishes silk scarf from Somewhere Store
large jellyfishes silk scarf from Somewhere Store 36x36inches
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small jellyfishes scarf from somewhere store, 26×26 inches

Isn’t it amazing?!

My other favourites include the Secret Garden design, which is a livlier green colour palette featuring a cool insect geometric pattern, and the flamingo scarf – because who doesn’t love flamingos?! If you want to shop these two scarves, click the image!

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The Flamingo Scarf
moth, insect, printed scarf, geometric pattern scarf silk
the Secret Garden scarf

The scarves are on sale at the moment, with a large one coming in at £42.00 plus shipping costs! Get yours at Heidi’s Etsy store!

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