Dior Scarves & Wraps

Although scarves and wraps have been worn around the world throughout history, they reached their peak in Western culture from the early 19th through the mid-20th century, when stylish women used them for everything from head wraps and neck warmers to halter tops and sarongs.

For many women, nothing says chic like the elegant, eye-catching scarves and wraps designed by the house of Dior. Dior's French silk scarves and generously-sized silk stoles, long hallmarks of celebrities, socialites, and aristos, have been embraced by style- savvy women of a certain sartorial spirit. Virtually weightless and infinitely pliable, they pair a multitasking adaptability unmatched by any other accessories with the high style to which Dior fans have become accustomed.

From classic muted hues and subdued patterns ideal for conveying status with a subtle whisper to colorful, imaginative prints that press into service as dashing neckwear and headgear, Dior wraps, squares, and ribbons are always popular with fashionable buyers scouring auctions.


Quick Facts

  • A lot of four vintage floral-themed silk Christian Dior scarves sold at a 2013 Skinner auction in Marlborough, MA for $180
  • In a 2014 Leslie Hindman auction, a circa 1957 Christian Dior Rene Gruau silk scarf sold for $504, topping its $150-$250 estimated range
  • In an October 2015 Bukowskis auction in Stockholm, an intricately-printed Christian Dior silk shawl sold for the equivalent of just under $100

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