We give you the top 20 British scarves and soft accessories, perfect for Mother’s Day
With the help of our friends at Instagram, we have selected for you a list of British-made soft accessories including silk, cashmere and a little bit of velvet!
Individually dyed and hand painted silk scarves from Arati Devasher.
Unique ornate hand painted silk scarves from Agnes Ashe.
Bianca Elgar luxury silk scarves, all made in Britain with fun and colourful designs.
Furious Goose Silk Squares & Scarves Home of fine accessories, pocket squares, foulards and luxury gifts for those who dare to be different.
Geoff Stocker provide digitally designed and printed silk accessories for men although, as our competition winner demonstrates, they look pretty fabulous on women too!
Canadian/Scottish artist and designer Gail Glendinning has created a beautiful 100% silk, British scarf collection.
Leona Lengyel transforms her beautiful hand painted designs onto luxurious silk scarves. The UK accessories label creates high quality scarves.
Mondo Magna started with a collection of men’s silk pocket squares but a ladies collection is coming soon….watch this space!
Mouse to Minx designs and makes textiles in the UK from which a range of fashion, accessory and home products are manufactured, including these very British scarves.
Nonamu is a London-based accessories label founded by award-winning Malaysian designer. She infuses femininity and fun into every design.
Romor Designs indio and natural dyed shibori textiles – lampshades, throws, cushions, tableware, scarves and bags.
Limited edition scarves created from Ruth’s original artwork: bold and expressive abstracts inspired by music, literature, poetry and live performance.
Taisir Gibreel is one of the UK’s most exciting up-and-coming textile designers making gorgeous silk accessories and dresses.
Turtle Doves is a Shropshire based company specialising in hand-made recycled cashmere and silk accessories.
A highly individual woven textile design studio established in 1990 by Harriet Wallace-Jones and Emma Sewell, creating innovative woven fabrics exploiting industrial techniques. We love this silk and cashmere scarf!
Zana Prints offer gorgeous silk scarves and the premium range scarves are limited edition designed and printed in England on the finest silks available.
Age of Reason make fun, beautiful silk scarves, made ethically with an emphasis on quality and sustainability. Age of Reason work with seamstresses and printers in the UK.
The silk scarves and pocket squares are 100% silk twill made in England with hand rolled hems, so you can rest assured they will last the test of time.
Although Jo Gordon offers knitwear we have included them in this as they offer a fabulous range of scarves, loops, shawls and head-scarfs, all in gorgeous colours and knitted in Scotland.
British artist and designer producing unique one off pieces of contemporary embroidery to commission. Louise’s silk scarves are printed in Macclesfield, near to her Cheshire studio.
Niki Fulton creates and makes an extensive range of neck accessories in various fabrics, all designed, printed and stitched in Great Britain!
Valentina Karellas use surplus yarn from large factories that would otherwise have gone to waste. The result is that each item is a lifelong-lasting, entirely unique London original. Again, although knitted not silk we have included them for their very original range neck accessories and collars, like Ebury collar above.
If you know of any other brands making British scarves – printed in the UK, of course, please let us know in the comments below.