universally appealing?

Oct 12, 2006
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I think I would choose one that is quintessentially Hermès such as Brides de Gala. I think there is a scarf with a lot of squares with that design in mini versions in lots of colors. I'm not sure if it comes in 100% silk though.
 

2muchlux

2muchlux
Sep 10, 2006
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I think I would choose one that is quintessentially Hermès such as Brides de Gala. I think there is a scarf with a lot of squares with that design in mini versions in lots of colors. I'm not sure if it comes in 100% silk though.

I agree with Kallie Girl. Its so traditional. Such a nice auction item. I just bid and won one on Thursday.
 

mrssparkles

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Mar 25, 2006
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which is the most universally appealing scarf/colorway do you think? i'm getting one to donate to dd's school auction and obviously want it to attract more than one bidder.

HH, IMHO, to appeal to a larger audience, unfortunately or fortunately, the motifs on the scarf needs to shout blatantly HERMES.

There is a new scarf design in the Spring/Summer collection that is exactly that! It shows a HUGE H in the middle. And it comes in 4 difference colours, of which one is reddish brown. Sorry, I do not know its name.
 

HiHeels

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Apr 8, 2006
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How about De Passage a Paris in the red/white or blue/white colorway? Not quintessential Hermes but it's very French and blue or red looks good on everyone!

can you describe what this looks like?


to elaborate, the pattern must be available for the 100% silk scarves ($320) and available at an hermes boutique - to be bought new, with box, tissue, receipt, bag at the boutique.
i thought it was such a fun idea, but now i realize i know nothing about their scarves. lol
 
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