Want To Wrap Yourself In Paper? Get A Paper Scarf

It can be a lot of fun to wear something unusual and kitschy that no one else has found yet. This Paper Scarf definitely fills the bill for that. It looks like a sheet of notebook paper complete with the blue lines and red margin embroidered onto it. You can even take a marker and write down your thoughts on it and wear them right along with the scarf.

Paper Scarf (Image via Little Factory)Paper Scarf (Image via Little Factory)

Okay, this scarf isn't your normal notebook paper. It is made of Tyvek® a form of plastic that is often used like paper. You have most likely come into contact with it in the form of an envelope. The material looks much like paper that can be cut with scissors but doesn't tear. It also resists moisture while still being able to breathe. Tyvek® was developed by DuPont starting in the 1950s and is often used in construction and for other such commercial purposes.  It is also used to make coveralls for one-time use.

Paper Scarf (Image via Little Factory)Paper Scarf (Image via Little Factory)

Ultimately, the material give the scarf the qualities of both fabric and paper so that it actually looks something like slightly crumpled paper. The look is unique and can accent any number of outfits. While this scarf is not likely to keep you all that warm on a bitterly cold day, it will be just fine when it is only moderately cold. It is also a great fashion statement for students and writers.

Paper Scarf (Image via Little Factory)Paper Scarf (Image via Little Factory)

One of the handiest things about a scarf made of Tyvek® is that when you spill a little something down your front you can wipe it away easily with a damp cloth. If you prefer you can also get the scarf with gray lines instead of blue.

Sources: Gizmodo, Little Factory, Wikipedia