Ti Leaf Brown Women's Scarf
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Ti leaves from the ti plant were considered by ancient Hawaiians to have divine power. Native Hawaiians believe that growing ti plants around a home can bring good luck. The ti leaf has a variety of uses, including foot coverings, hula skirts, plates, food wrappers, and house thatching. The root is also edible. One Hawaiian legend says that if a person worries that a body of water contains a shark or supernatural creature, they may throw in a ti leaf. If it floats the water is safe, and if it sinks the water is not safe. Try to keep your scarf dry and hope it brings you luck.
This scarf has an ultra-soft, silky feel, with a cooling touch. The oblong shape allows for short wraps as well as classic knots, drapes, weaves, and loops.
- Designed in Hawaii
- 15% Silk 85% Modal woven blend
- 81 in x 26 in (205 cm x 66 cm)
- Brown, Black, White, and Red