Symmetry Goods

I did a post on Symmetry’s scarves this summer, but now that I have one of my very own, I simply had to talk about them again. This scarf has been a life saver this autumn (and will undoubtedly continue to be so when winter rolls around). It’s warm, stylish, and incredibly cozy. My Morton Scarf in Boreal fabric is a stunning hunter green and made of 100% American-made Woolrich wool. The hardware is custom-cast for Symmetry Goods in Los Angeles, CA, and with six grommets placed along the edges of the scarf, there really are no limits as to how you can style and wear it. I feel so lucky to have such a beautifully crafted piece made by such wonderful individuals. To read more about founders Ted and Gena and to do some shopping, head over to Symmetry’s website.



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8 responses to “Symmetry Goods

  1. chalice

    Damn! Where did you find that amazing model? No wonder the scarf looks good!

  2. Christine's dad

    I must agree with Chalice. Where did you find such a beautiful model. Oh, the scarf looks good too.
    Love Dad

  3. thanks so much christine!! it really looks great on you!!!!

  4. Thanks Ted! It’s the scarf that really shines though!

  5. This is a strange question, Christine, but did you go to Conn? I stumbled across your blog and have been reading it for months and just realized I think we went to the same college! Conn Coll represent!

    (sorry for such an off-topic comment!)

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