Dress Up Your Wardrobe With This Origami Scarf

Even though I never quite get the folds right, I still have fun attempting origami and I love that the concept has been applied to a wearable item. Japanese retailer Monomatopee has figured out that you can use the right kind of fabric and have a foldable scarf.

The origami scarves are made from a special cloth that feels like paper. You can wrap it around your neck, style it, and even inflate it by blowing into it. You can wear it straight, fold it like a flower, make bows – whatever you want. The scarf should hold the shape throughout the day.

See ten different ways to fold the scarf after the break.

Product Page (¥11,500 or approximately $150 via Bit Rebels and Technabob)

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