Grey Tweed Cashmere and Silk Scarf
Although the river Tweed runs right through the Scottish Borders, and played a vital role in serving all the Border mills, we cannot credit it for inspiring the name of this popular design. Instead it apparently takes its name from a misspelling of the Scottish word ‘tweel’ which means ‘twill’. This pattern has stood the test of time and is more popular today than ever.
This collection demonstrates chic sophistication and style with colours inspired by Border Landscapes. The delicate combination of cashmere and silk helps to regulate your body temperature so you can wear your Sinclair Duncan scarf whatever the weather.