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The Michele scarf represents growth within family.  


This scarf is especially near and dear to designer Veronica Marrinan, who was inspired by her own family's unique journey and growth. 


The purple flowers throughout the design are lilacs, symbolizing the first emotions of love in relationships. Veronica's family had a lilac bush outside her late father's house, where he used to cut flowers for Veronica's mother.  The yellow roses on the scarf represent the gold roses at the feet our Our Lady at Lourdes. 


The red berries in the design represent the berries on a Christmas wreath. Marrinan states, "We had a wreath at our first apartments, which was then brought to our other house after my dad passed and my mom got remarried, so it's something that followed us through all of those different stages."

The Michele Scarf


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