Weekend Max Mara

Panama Red Floral Silk Scarf

$71 ($95) 25% OFF Final Sale: Cannot Be Returned

Add a pop of color to your wardrobe with this silk Panama scarf by Weekend Max Mara. Featuring a square-shaped design, it comes in shades of red and features a floral print. It looks fantastic as a neckerchief, or tied around the handles of your favorite tote bag.

FEATURES

  • Panama Red Floral Silk Scarf
  • Stitched edge
  • Made in Italy

Shown here with: Allude Sweater, AG Jeans Pants, DeMellier Bag, Kenneth Jay Lane Earrings

MATERIAL & CARE

  • Composition: 100% silk
  • Care: dry clean only

Product Size Measurements

  • Length: 25"
  • Width: 26"

Max Mara is the epitome of Italian luxury and style; a collection for the confident woman consisting of opulent fabrications with couture details applied to Women’s ready-to-wear. Known for classic silhouettes with a timeless sensibility and constructed with the most luxurious fabrics, Max Mara is revered for the classification of the coat, sharp suiting and elegant accessories. Max Mara was founded by the late visionary Achille Maramotti in 1951, and remains privately held and managed by the Maramotti family.

Add a pop of color to your wardrobe with this silk Panama scarf by Weekend Max Mara. Featuring a square-shaped design, it comes in shades of red and features a floral print. It looks fantastic as a neckerchief, or tied around the handles of your favorite tote bag.

FEATURES

  • Panama Red Floral Silk Scarf
  • Stitched edge
  • Made in Italy

MATERIAL & CARE

  • Composition: 100% silk
  • Care: dry clean only

Product Measurements

  • Length: 25"
  • Width: 26"

Max Mara is the epitome of Italian luxury and style; a collection for the confident woman consisting of opulent fabrications with couture details applied to Women’s ready-to-wear. Known for classic silhouettes with a timeless sensibility and constructed with the most luxurious fabrics, Max Mara is revered for the classification of the coat, sharp suiting and elegant accessories. Max Mara was founded by the late visionary Achille Maramotti in 1951, and remains privately held and managed by the Maramotti family.