Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Review: FRAAS the scarf company



 About FRAAS: Scarf producer V. Fraas (corporate owner of the FRAAS brand) celebrates more than 130 years in business. Ever since its foundation in 1880 by Valentin Fraas, the world leader for mufflers and shawls has thrived and advanced under the control of his descendants—a remarkable feat in this transitory world. But V. Fraas has more to celebrate than mere longevity and persistence: it is a forward looking company that continues to expand at a rapid pace, and it is constantly implementing new ideas and concepts. From its bases in New York, Paris, London, W√ľstenselbitz, Toronto and Shanghai, V. Fraas’ design teams travel to major shows and forecasting seminars throughout the globe to identify new trends and develop products that are perfectly attuned to fashion and customer demand. The 130-year old company’s research team, meanwhile, works unceasingly to develop and discover new yarns, fabric and methods of manufacturing products that are of truly outstanding quality. Truly internationally oriented, the company boasts sales subsidiaries and satellite offices in New York, Toronto, London, Paris, Berlin, Denmark, Italy, India, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Tokyo.  Products are distributed worldwide via department and specialty stores as well as online retailers.



 Christina's voice:
I am going to have to admit i had no idea how to wear this scarf. It was in a whole piece and im use to the scarfs that have those two ends.. Once i figured it out i was like, WOW! this looks great. They come in four different colors ( navy/turquoise, camel/ivory, rose/petals and black/grey) This product is really light weight and can be used to carry on from different seasons of the year. Very stylish but yet very warm. It is extremely soft and requires no tying. It great with just about anything, dresses, sweaters even shirts. I think this is a great accent accessory for just about anyone.



  •  Retail value $40.00
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