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Dragonfly and Hummingbird Scarf

SKU# 315300-3010Q

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$615
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Tie on this dragonfly and hummingbird scarf by Alexander McQueen for a touch of luxury to any ensemble at anytime. Whether you drape it around your neck or tie it onto a bag, this scarf is exquisite.

Measures 52” x 52”

100% Silk

Made in Italy

Available in Multi

estimated delivery date

March 6 - March 13

With free ground shipping.
Faster shipping methods also available.

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You may return unworn, unwashed, full priced merchandise within 14 days of the package being signed for.

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Tie on this dragonfly and hummingbird scarf by Alexander McQueen for a touch of luxury to any ensemble at anytime. Whether you drape it around your neck or tie it onto a bag, this scarf is exquisite.

Measures 52” x 52”

100% Silk

Made in Italy

Available in Multi

designer


Although the great McQueen is no longer with us, his legacy of the dramatic and avant-garde still remains. With Sarah Burton now taking the reins, the often innovative and unique label has spiraled into a more natural and gentler aesthetic, while continuing to uphold her predecessor’s inventive skill.

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