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I received this scarf in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. Because the scarf was free, I had no choice in color or pattern, so I was thrilled when it was teal with a pattern of elephants. The pattern is nicely simple and the color is soft teal. I knew immediately that this would go well with my teal sundress.
The scarf came packaged flat in a clear cellophane envelope. Most scarves I've ordered have arrived stuffed in a bag.
It looked sheer and I was concerned that the fabric would be scratchy; other scarves I've gotten look pretty but feel scratchy and itchy around the back of my neck. I was pleasantly surprised at how soft this scarf was.
I'm not a huge fan of infinity scarves since they tend to feel bulky to me and as a plus size woman with a large bust, I feel they make me even more top heavy than I already am. This one is also wide and I wasn't sure how it work for me. But because of the sheerness and lightness of this scarf, it wasn't as bulky as I feared. It's length allowed me to use it two different ways (so far); double up or knotted. I tried it with two of my dresses... a teal blue sundress with a purple shrug and a long black dress with black cardigan. I think it worked well with both.
I'm giving this scarf five stars because it exceeded my expectations and I plan on ordered another one.