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White Dot Print Long Polka Dot Scarf - Black
Material: Viscose (lightweight & soft)
Measures approximately 70 inches long 45 inches wide
Measurements are in inches. Multiply by 2.54 for centemeters.
Available and ready to ship.

Care Instructions
Hand wash with mild soap in cold water. Rinse well and air dry. Avoid direct sunlight.

I only accept payment by PayPal.

Shipping & Handling
I will ship Worldwide and charge the same postage to all countries that I ship to.
I only ship to confirmed PayPal addresses.
Your PayPal address must match your shipping address.
Item will be shipped within 3 business days (Mon-Fri) after received your payment.
I will ship by registered Airmail with tracking confirmation.
Delivery is around 7 to 20 working days.
Shipment to USA, CANADA and some country in EUROPE might take a little longer
than ship to other place. Transit times may be a little delayed during holiday season.
All items are packed carefully for safe delivery.

What is viscose fabric?
Viscose is a type of rayon. It's a man-made fiber made from purified cellulose, which usually comes from specially processed wood pulp. Viscose is very similar to cotton and silk. (Cotton is also made of cellulose).

Most people assume that there are two kinds of fibres: natural ones, like cotton, wool and silk; and artificial ones synthesised out of petrochemicals like nylon and polyester. Viscose falls somewhere in between. The raw material for viscose is cellulose which is broken down either mechanically or chemically and reformed as fibres. Trees are 50% cellulose, cotton is 90% cellulose, so viscose is more accurately described as a natural, or recovered, fibre.

Viscose rayon has a silky appearance and feel, and also has the ability to breathe in a manner similar to cotton weaves.