We bring you our top 15 made in UK silk scarves brands.
The perfect accessory for pairing with your outfit for the Spring and Summer weather, silk scarves can be worn to express your personality; whether you prefer something flashy or subtle. We have selected a list of UK-made silk scarves brands who create beautiful wraps, cravats, pockets squares and scarves.
[Updated May 2021]
David Watson creates silks scarves from the founder’s favourite British artists. The silk scarves and pocket squares are 100% silk twill made in England with hand finished hems, so you can rest assured they will last the test of time.
Dipii Stark is a brand selling luxury silk scarves and pocket squares which are designed and made in the UK. Her rekindled passion for the creative art and celebration for life and a trip to a textile museum in Italy, triggered a desire in her to create her own motifs.
At Monika The Label, being kind to the plant is their top priority. They would never want to see any product go to waste – which is why they’re proud to present to you their Sunset Bandanas.
Made from the remnants of our Sunset Honey Pie fabrics, these multi purpose bandanas are made in select MTL prints in very limited numbers – which makes them all the more special.
Rock Stone Silk is a family-owned surface pattern design company. We use images from microscopic rock samples, sourced from ancient geological sites around the world and digitally capture them on Silk, Ceramic and Leather (to name but a few applications)
The possibilities are endless when they work with scale and colour, they are only limited by our own creativity, the designs are not only unique, they are beautiful, intricate and superbly versatile.
Aga Sova creates hand painted silk scarves. All her creations are unique, high quality and one off, you will not find two that are the same. They are painted in the spur of the moment, to create unique, vibrant scarves with energy and an explosion of colour.
Anna Gill, the founder of Anna Juliet Creative produces unique artwork to be transformed into limited edition silk scarves in the UK.
Her art is inspired by nature and the experience of things of beauty from around the world and across the centuries. Anna’s love of silk and her artistic expression have come together in the creation of these lustrous satin weave 100% silk scarves.
Arati Devasher creates individually designed accessories, painting and dyeing silk by hand at her studio in north London. She combines her Indian heritage of pattern and colour with a modern aesthetic.
Every piece begins its life as pure white china silk. Arati brushes on eco-friendly hot soy wax and dyes in multiple layers on painted silk pieces. Her hand-dyed collections are made by brushing dye on to the precisely folded and clamped pieces of silk that create the geometric patterns of traditional Japanese tie-dye (shibori).
Charlotte Broady produces original silk scarves designed for the individual. Exquisite silk scarves inspired by natural beauty and pattern. British made and printed on the finest silks, each one has been created to add sophistication and elegance to any outfit.
Established in 2014, Cravat Club, an online menswear store, specialises in British-made silk day cravats, neckties, scarves and pocket squares for the style-conscious and well-groomed gentleman.
Their products are exclusively woven, printed and handcrafted here in England, and offer a plethora of designs to suit every man’s taste and style. Cravat Club takes pride in the quality and artisanship of their products using the finest silk, and all products come in a luxurious presentation gift box.
Furious Goose is a made-in-UK brand that is disrupting the world of high-end accessories with a healthy streak of British eccentricity. They are unashamedly digital in approach with crisp, computer generated, vector creatives and eye-popping colour. Although they look to the future, their products are made with the highest quality silks and are hand finished in the traditional manner by experts in England.
Geoff Stocker is a menswear brand producing a range of highly original printed silk pocket squares, neck ties and scarves. The signature design style is very fluid. It can vary from quietly classic and understated, through to graphic and hard edged, reflecting a long career in digital abstract painting.
At various times, influences from Art Deco, Cubism, Op art, Medieval, Ethnic, and Celtic Art can be detected. All of Geoff’s beautiful pieces are made in Britain.
Laslett England specialise in high-end, hand-finished printed scarves and pocket squares which appeal to men and women. Melanie Laslett originates all the designs which are then individually engineered into the canvas of a scarf or pocket square and printed onto silks, wools and other natural fabrics, all hand finished by specialists here in the UK.
Mouse to Minx designs and makes textiles in the UK from which a range of fashion, accessory and home products are manufactured. Mouse to Minx is also the home of the first ever licenced products using illustrations from the classic girls’ comic Bunty. The brands latest ‘chapter’ of adventures started in 2014, when designer Paula Daly became the first ever to be awarded a design licence from publisher DC Thomson to restore and use illustrations from the legendary vintage girls’ comic Bunty.
London-based Romor Designs was formed in the autumn of 2015 by Rob Jones, a shibori textiles designer and natural dyer. Each item is handmade in Rob’s studio under an old railway arch in Hackney, North London.