Woven with striking burgundy and shimmery stone grey tones, these scarves are like nothing you will have seen before from Oscha.
Recycled polyester from plastic bottles and recycled cotton from t-shirts are used to make this gorgeous new type of Ceò scarf. A thicker wrap-weight warp with a finer Ceò-weight weft yarn makes this new version of our Ceò scarf thick and spongey in hand. Woven with longer floats these scarves are wonderfully mouldable, snuggly soft and perfect for wintertime.
Wool gives this textured scarf a cosy feeling, while its temperature regulating qualities make this scarf perfect for changeable winter weather.
Why Recycled Plastic Bottles & T-shirts?
As a Zero Waste company, we are passionate about supporting efforts to use existing resources saving them from ending up in a landfill.
As you may know, while plastic bottles can be recycled there are not many uses for the plastics recovered from this process. Repurposing these plastics as polyester yarns is a fantastic way to get a useful product from a valuable resource without using any new raw materials.
CARE INSTRUCTIONS: We recommend spot cleaning your scarf due to the polyester content, however it can be hand washed if washing is needed. Use a suitable wool detergent. Lay flat to dry and iron on a cool setting.
Ceò cowls are made from 74cm of our full-width Ceò fabric joined to form a loop.
Ceò infinity loops are made from 150cm of our full-width Ceò fabric joined to form a long loop.
Items marked ‘Precis’ are half-width scarves.
Intricate weaves in responsibly sourced blends, these snuggly soft and mouldable scarves beautifully display striking patterns in a stunning range of seasonal colours – an effortless, chic accent to any outfit.
Sumptuous & versatile, Ceò scarves are completed with a frayed edge. Drape as a shawl over your evening wear to add easy glamour or layer over everyday outfits as a statement scarf.
Ceò cowls are worn without any twists and will fall beautifully around your neck, while our Ceò infinity loops can be worn long or with a twist making them a versatile alternative to our scarves.