FashionABLE scarves’ new spring line warms us up in lots of ways

Spring scarves from FashionABLE | Cool Mom Picks

We love FashionABLE scarves. They’re gorgeous and well made– some of the most stylish scarves we’ve seen anywhere–and their human touch makes us even more devoted fans. In fact, see our editor Liz sporting the Genet Scarf along with three other blog publishers we love, in this Cool Mom Picks Instagram photo. They all confess that it’s the one time they don’t mind showing up at an event wearing the same thing!

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It can be hard to find a personal connection to the clothes we wear in our mass-produced culture, so I really love that every FashionABLE scarf comes with a handwritten note from the woman in Ethiopia who made it, and why the job has helped her change her life. When I opened my own scarf this past Christmas, I learned the maker  was able to help put her son through school because someone had purchased her work for me. So moving.

FashionABLE Etanesh scarf | Cool Mom Picks

FashionABLE spring Alems scarf in natural and gray | Cool Mom Picks

 

 

FashionABLE spring Frehiwot Scarf in blue and yellow | Cool Mom Picks

 

FashionABLE Abeba scarves | Cool Mom Picks

Scooping up one of these new scarves for yourself, or for a gift, is a great idea; it’s not too early to plan for Mother’s Day, or any birthday gifts you’ll need over the next few months. And as a lucky recipient of a FashionABLE scarf myself, I can say with confidence that it is a gift any woman in your life will really treasure.

Check out the new line of spring designs from FashionABLE scarves, and now through February 28, 2014, you can get free shipping on your entire order, using the promo code “Spring”.

 

Editor’s Note: Our own readers’ support last year in part helped FashionABLE to hire three more women, get them off the street, educate them, pay for medical bills, and get their lives moving in a new direction. That’s tangible impact directly from your purchases. And we thank you so so  much for it.  -Liz

Kate

Kate Etue divides her time between the book industry, checking out the newest tech trends for kids, and indulging in craft foods in a cool suburb of Nashville.

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