I’m a scarf wearer, especially in the winter, but these gorgeous and unusual Santorus scarves have me thinking I might add other seasons to my scarf-wearing repertoire.

In fact, the range of Santorus scarves is so unique I might have to just frame them all. They are not only colourful, although some are monochromatic, they are works of art. Santorus is a luxury brand from Italy so you know these 100% silk scarves are going to be special. They are exuberant in their use of colour with flamboyant artwork that is both fashionable an frameable.

The edges of each scarf are hand rolled and, whilst sizes may vary, Santorus scarves are approx. 134cm x 134cm. They are even delivered straight to your door in a beautiful box. I told you they were special. I first saw them when I was searching for new products that aren’t seen on everyone else’s blog. I want to bring you UNIQUE and wonderful items that are unique and a little luxurious. Turns out the Santorus scarves are ALOT luxurious. They retail for 195 Euros so about $AUS328.28.

Even the names of each scarf are fabulous.

The Cirque Sous Marine which has pistachio stripes that draw you in to a surreal carnival-esque centrepiece. Or the Amor Vinctus Omnia with it’s playful blend of pinks, purples and violets that are both edgy and feminine. One of my favourites is the Paradisaea Caeruleus, a stunning azure Bird of Paradise perched against flashes of Venetian red.

Unquestionably, my pick for scarves of the year they will never date. It’s investment dressing because you could pay $50 each for six scarves over the years and you’ll never love any of them as much as you will love one of the Santorus scarves. I’m so in love with them.

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Where to buy

I found these on-line at a fabulous site in the UK – limelace.co.uk along with some other amazing fashion and interior items that I will be showcasing here on Don’t Call Me Penny. Stay tuned.

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