YARNZ Scarves & Lulucute.com

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  1. I'm obsessed with scarves and always looking for new fun brands. Does anyone own a Yarnz scarf? What do you think? I love their patterns and the fact that they're thin cashmere / silk blends.

    I know they sell them at Shopbop and Revolve, but they don't have the one I'm looking for. I found an online store called Lulucute.com that has it, but am wondering if it's a legit online store. The prices seem a bit "too good" and the site itself seems a bit sketchy. Just wondering if anyone has had any experiences with this site.
  2. I've never seen a Yarnz scarf in person, but they look amazing. I was so tempted a while ago but ended up getting a Sir Alistair Rai scarf off Revolve instead. That might be a brand you would like (if you haven't checked it out already).
  3. I own a Yarnz cashmere scarf (leopard print - Stephen Sprouse look alike). So far, I am happy with it. No quality issues.

    For an alternative to Yarnz - check out "Kashmere" scarves. Bluefly has them. Seems that Kashmere and Yarnz sell similar scarves. Wonder if they are one and the same company.
  4. I think the store may be based out of China as they say they sometimes "ship from their overseas center" :hrmm:
  5. I LOOOVE Sir A scarves! I have a couple :smile:
  6. Thanks for the tip about the Kashmere brand, they're gorgeous too!

    Any I had that same worry about Lulucute.com... sounds a bit 'off' regarding the shipping from overseas thing.