Tell me if this sounds good: a one-of a kind piece, made in Hyogo, Japan, out of a wool/cotton blend, woven on vintage looms in the Banshu-ori style, in which each thread is pre-dyed (the saki-zome technique). Hope that sounds good, because that's the origin story of these Tamaki Niime scarves (available at Blue Button Shop in blue, red, and green) and I will take it personally if you don't love them. Thanks to the labor- and skill-intensive process used to produce them, every single one these scarves is unique and, commensurate with that level of awesomeness, costs a cool 229 USD. Now, I don't wear scarves very often, for fear of looking like Johnny Depp's hat rack, but I would rock one of these Tamaki Niime joints without hesitation. My only fear would be forgetting the fucking thing in the back of a Lyft after listening to a little too much Wiz Khalifa, if you know what I mean.
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