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Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Camilla Olson Scarves Review

Fun. Flirty. Fashionable. Quality. Those are a few of the words I would use to describe Camilla Olson's designer scarves. Camilla herself is a woman of many, many talents. Not only does she design accessories and ready-to-wear clothing that has been on the red carpet at the Academy Awards and in the White House, she also has 30 years of life sciences industry experience as an entrepreneur, venture capitalist, operating manager and was on the founding team for 5 start-ups. I am inspired all ready!

I was excited to learn that her unique approach to fashion and textile design includes a hand-printed process in her Northern California studio! Now, that is quality! The method, developed over years of experimentation, uses recycled materials to create soft, luxurious one-of-a-kind pieces.

Chiffon Scarf: Peacock: click to enlarge
I was blessed enough to receive her Peacock Chiffon Scarf, and I could hardly keep my hands off it once I opened the package. 

As you can see, it has a unique peacock design throughout the entire scarf, which I love. It is very soft to the touch and feels great on. Plus, I love that it is completely unique, has a hand rolled hem and has been hand printed in an eco-friendly process. 

You don't find scarves like this every day! That is why I love wearing it and knowing how truly special it is.
She offers many other silk, chiffon, and viscose scarves in beautiful styles that would be make very unique and special gifts for your loved ones or look great on you! Camilla Olson's designs are sold online and in boutiques.

Cara was provided product to review. No other compensation was given. All opinions expressed are 100% her own.

1 comment:

  1. I checked out her site and her scarves are lovely. Yours is perfect. It is one of my favorite colors. She has such rich colors in her designs. Thanks for letting us know about Camilla Olson. I have a speaker coming for my program at our women's club next week. She dyes and paints silk shawls, among other things. I look forward to seeing her work.


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