One of the fun things about curating our own indie shop is the ability to discover and showcase really cool artists and makers that you probably wouldn’t come across unless you’re spending your free weekends browsing funky boutiques in New Paltz or Portland. And yeah, I don’t have too many of those weekends anymore. Our newest addition for you: The hip Brooklyn label Snoozer Loser, which is known for sophisticated prints that are more offbeat than you’d expect on closer inspection.
My top pick is the folk unicorn scarf, which features everyone’s favorite mythological creature, block printed in silver on a generously sized viscose-silk blend black scarf. My only fear is that if I get one, my daughters will co-opt it, and like an actual unicorn, I may never see it.
Another beautiful option is the gold on cream seafan heart scarf, which looks like a fantastic pick for an upcoming warm weather trip. Or if you’re a maker yourself who’s handy with a pair of scissors (or you really liked the movie Dead Again) check out the really neat antique scissors scarf. I can think of so many women in my life who’d be smitten with that one.
Related: Stunning jewelry ideas for under $75? We have tons.
I really like that designer Sonia Tay hand prints almost all her textiles herself, then crafts them right in New York. That’s something I’d be proud to wear around my neck these days. Especially when it’s got a unicorn prancing across it.
Check out the selection of handmade scarves from Snoozer Loser all under $50 at the Cool Mom Picks Indie Boutique.