These Toronto Scarves Make Your Neck Beautiful!

If you’re in the mood to turn your neck into an attractive asset, look no further than these Toronto scarves and accessories from Beau.Cou.

Beau.Cou is French for “beautiful neck.” These scarves are hand-crafted and designed in Toronto, offered in a range of colours and patterns to suit everyone’s neck needs.

Margot, owner and chief designer of Toronto scarves at Beau.Cou
Margot, owner and chief designer at Beau.Cou

Meet The Maker of These Toronto Scarves

Margot is the Chief scarf-maker at Beau.Cou. She is a self-taught sewer and neck-wear aficionado. She adds confidence to any outfit with a simple scarf. Born and raised in Welland Ontario, Margot’s fashion fever struck after moving to Toronto. Her scarves began as gifts for friends, who enjoyed them and encouraged Margot to open for business. She started Scarfparty in 2010. I’ve never been invited to a scarf-party, but it sounds extravagant.

The unique floral circle scarf from Beau.Cou
The unique floral circle scarf from Beau.Cou

Walk around downtown Toronto on a sub zero day and pay attention to people’s necks. Not too much attention or you’ll look like Dracula on the prowl.

You may think, “Are all these people wrapping blankets around their necks?” “Did they all get out of bed and wrap their blanket around themselves?” What you witnessed is the blanket scarf. Blanket circle scarves are comfortable cozy confidence boosters.

Toronto designed neck scarf on a manakin torso.
The elegant and long twisted blanket circle scarf offers an added layer of protection on a winter day

Serge Ibaka’s Big Scarf Energy

Toronto Raptor Serge Ibaka garners media attention for his 7-foot long Toronto scarves. He’s filming pro scarf wrapping tips while in self-isolation. He even persuaded teammates to up their game. Soon the team will feature a scarf in their logo!

If you’re impatient and want your scarves in a permanent perfect circle, Beau.Cou offers a catalogue of twisted blanket scarves draping from neck to torso in a variety of modest prints. If you prefer a short scarf, light-weight circle scarves are essential. They remind me of Christmas wreaths for your neck, and they come in plaid! Margot believes in buying and supplying locally crafted goods. So if you’re looking for an instant boost of confidence and comfort while supporting local business, head over to https://beaucouscarves.com/ and buy your neck something beautiful!

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