WomenClothingToday.com Releases New Line of Designer Scarves

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WomenClothingToday.com announces the release of its latest line of custom-designed silk scarves. The online retailer has also just added free gift wrapping to its services.

The Kiss inspired by Gustav Klimt!

The Kiss inspired by Gustav Klimt!

What makes this line of scarves so special is the fact that each one is a unique work of art!

Online retailer WomenClothingToday.com announces the release of its newest line of handmade silk scarves. All of the scarves are designed, crafted and painted by hand, which means no two are exactly the same. Senior Manager Anton Zavyalov says their one-of-a-kind scarves are the perfect birthday gift ideas, anniversary gift ideas and Christmas gift ideas.

“What makes this line of scarves so special is the fact that each one is a unique work of art,” Zavyalov says. “Our designers craft each scarf by hand, so even though the patterns and colors they use may be similar, each scarf is its own unique creation. Our scarves provide ultimate luxury in gift giving.”

In addition to the new line of silk scarves, the online retailer also announces the addition of free gift wrap and personal card message. Buyers can choose from gold, burgundy, purple or pink and purple wrapping paper. WomenClothingToday.com also offers free shipping on all orders over $75.

About WomenClothingToday.com
WomenClothingToday.com is a family business based in British Columbia, Canada. They employ a talented team of artists and designers, who craft each silk garment they offer by hand. No two silk products from the site are identical, even though the patterns and colors are nearly the same. WomenClothingToday.com offers a 100 percent money-back guarantee on items returned within 30 days.

Contact:
Anton Zavyalov, Senior Manager
anton(at)womenclothingtoday(dot)com
1-800-275-3165
http://www.womenclothingtoday.com

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