One of the must have accessories of hijab clothing, scarves are designed in different fabrics and different models. One of these models is the silk scarf model. As the name suggests, silk scarves are scarves made of silk. Silk is made by processing the fibers that silkworms produce when forming their cocoons and turning them into threads. Silk scarves are soft, slippery and keep cool in summer due to the nature of the fabric. You can view the silk scarves preferred for their durable structure as well, in our related category.
Silk Scarf Models
Silk scarves are also categorized in different models. Silk scarf models designed using different patterns and prints are generally preferred to complement the elegant outfits of special days. The silk scarf models within our wide range of products with different colors and patterns are preferred by those looking for a stylish and long-lasting scarf model. These scarves, also known as twill silk scarves, are made of 100% pure silk. There are also other silk scarf models made from a silk type known as surah silk. Surah silk scarf models are made of 100% pure silk, just like twill scarves. What makes these two silk types different are their structures, textures, areas of use, styles and usage habits. Surah silk is also called satin. Having a more slippery structure than twill silk, surah silk is harder to give form to. Therefore, twill silk scarves are the most preferred type of silk scarves. Twill scarves are frequently preferred as they can take form easily , do not slip and can be put on and off quickly.
How to Wash a Silk Scarf?
Washing silk is not like washing other fabrics. So, people often wonder how to wash a silk scarf. Before washing the silk scarf, you need to make sure that it can be hand washed. Another important thing is preventing the fabric from bleeding. Add warm water to a bucket and add a dose of sensitive detergent. Dip your silk scarf in the water and soak for 5 minutes. Then empty the bucket and fill it with cold water this time. Add a small amount of fabric softener to the water. After soaking your silk scarf for 1 more minute, rinse it with cold water until all foam and detergent is removed. Be careful not to squeeze your silk scarf too tightly and only gently remove the excess water. Gently lay your silk scarf on a flat towel to dry it and wrap the towel and the scarf together in the shape of a roll, so that the excess water in the scarf remains on the towel. You can then lay the scarf on a different towel and wait for it to dry. Silk scarves are among the most preferred scarves by women as they are very durable. Silk scarf prices may require flexing your budget a little bit compared to other scarves, but their quality and durability ensure you get value for your money. You can view the silk scarf prices in our category and easily buy a scarf that suits your budget. If you want to view other accessories such as shawls and underscarves in addition to scarves, you can visit our Headscarf category.