Bora Infinity Scarf

By Aria Handmade


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Made in the USA. Handmade alpaca wool & acrylic mix scarf that provides warmth and wears multiple ways as a necklace, scarf, or neck warmer. Comes packaged in giftable storage bag.

  • Made in the USA: Asheville, NC
  • Materials: 35% acrylic and 65% alpaca wool
  • Care: Hand wash only
  • Hypoallergenic, water repellent, and prickle-free
  • Dimensions: 23.5" length; 47" circumference
  • Weight: 0.2 lb.

154 Reviews (4.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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Didn't like the scarf.

12/28/2013 by Mary Ann

I am returning the scarf because no one liked it. It seemed like a skein of yarn put together with a tie. I should have looked closer. They areer.
They are being really great about my request to return.
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Not as good in person

12/3/2013 by Ruby6

Either my scarf is defective, I'm not doing something right, or this scarf is just a terrible design. It looks like I wadded up a bunch of yarn and just threw it around my neck. In fact, that's what my husband thought I did when I first put this scarf on. There are several strands that just seem out of place on the scarf. They are looser than the other strands and always seem out of place. I've tried to separate the strands, twist them up, and still there is always a spot on the scarf that looks really messy. If I put that messy area in the back it's ok but this is a scarf that I can only wear if I don't plan to take it off or unwrap it. Because it requires some time and a mirror to put it back on without it looking like a mess. I would have been better off buying a ball of yarn and just wrapping my neck with it. I really feel like this was a waste of money. Unless like I said, my scarf is defective.

{The Grommet response - someone from our team will be in touch to determine if your product is defective and how to proceed.}
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So Disappointed...

10/24/2013 by Jennifer

I love scarves. No matter the trend I always wear them to appear as an Infinity Scarf. Now that Infinity Scarves are the rage I was so excited to stock up on some.
This scarf looks gorgeous online (I purchased the blue but could have been tempted by any color). While the scarf was try to color the quality was just terrible.
As you can probably tell by the picture the scarf is actually made up of countless woven strands bound by the gray piece.
The woven strands were not a perfectly even length all the way around, which led to a really sloppy look. The quality was very poor that before I put it on I felt the material pilling. It is not comfortable against your skin; when you look at it you think it will be soft and even when you hold it you think it will be soft, but it is rather itchy. And I was nearly choked by the length.
When I began writing this review I had given the product 2 stars, but I'm going to change it to 1 now. As I write I realize, why am I giving it that extra star?
Too bad, was really looking forward to this scarf!
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Guy review.

10/17/2013 by Angel

Very nice craftsmanship out of the box, looked amazing first couple of times wearing it. But unfortunately after wearing it for a couple of days the yarn started to unravel and shed all over my cloths, taking it on and off caused allot of fraying to the yarn and it has been less than a week of wear. The scarf looks old and worn now. And the manufacture does not except returns after being worn; how convenient. Too bad I really liked the concept of the scarf.More > < Less

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Aria Handmade - Bora Infinity Scarf

About Aria Handmade

This Scarf Never Ends

Aria Handmade takes a new twist on a classic accessory with its innovative interpretation of the infinity scarf.

Multiple wool strands are gathered together for a simple, elegant look available in a variety of bold, bright hues. Whether worn loose and long like a necklace or twisted and wrapped twice around for a more snug and cozy fit, Aria scarves drape and hang with ease and beauty thanks to a unique blend of alpaca and acrylic formulated by designer Nestor Pineda.

Despite what appears to be a rather simple design, Aria scarves are actually quite difficult to make. Each scarf is handcrafted in North Carolina by a group of local women trained by Nestor himself. Sourced from local farms in the Asheville region, the alpaca wool is prickle-free, hypo-allergenic, soft, durable, and water repellent.

Aria Scarves add a splash of color and unique style to any outfit or coat—the perfect statement piece and cold-weather accessory all wrapped into one.