Pistil Nectar Scarf - Women's

Pistil Nectar Scarf - Women's
Pistil Nectar Scarf - Women's
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Nectar Scarf - Women's by Pistil
Deliciously simple and boundless in its versatility, the Pistil Nectar Scarf is an ideal companion for capsule wardrobe enthusiasts and minimalists alike. The Nectar features a soft and warm blend of cashmere and wool, while the fine-gauge knit lends a chic, low-profile silhouette.

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