Yes, we know the Tootal Scarf is a classic and the new range is well worth checking out. But for a change, check out these other 1960s-style mod scarves that offer a Tootal alternative.
If the price of a Tootal scarf is out of your league, have a look at these budget 1960s-style handmade scarves from Pretty Soul.
I suppose ‘new’ isn’t quite the right word for the match of Tootal Vintage scarves at Stuart’s of London right now.
Another variation on the (increasingly) well worn Tootal theme, these paisley silk scarves by Knightsbridge.
College scarves have been mod-friendly accessories since the 1960s, so definitely a market for these Fred Perry x Hilltop stripe college scarves.
A good number of these around right now, but with the price of Tootal scarves being at the premium end of the market, there is always likely to be opportunities for cheaper competition. Like Beat Surrender, for example.
I suppose ‘new’ isn’t really the term to use, but it gets the point across that a selection of newly-available Tootal Vintage silk scarf designs have just landed at the Stuarts of London site.
A man, an idea and a sewing machine., That’s pretty much the background to these 1960s-style scarves by Wild Woods.