Irish Sisters Wrap Up Fall with KDK Luxury Scarves

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As autumn makes its presence known, there is no better accessory to break out of the closet than the scarf! And get ready to swaddle up with a new line of comfy-chic silk and cashmere wraps from Irish sisters Keira and Dairine Kennedy. KDK Luxury Scarves are one-of-a-kind and guaranteed to become your next favorite piece of the season.

Designed to reflect the beauty of Irish culture, the sisters have elegantly created unique images of classic monuments and scenic-scapes printed on delicate fabric. The psychedelic mirroring of the photos add to the edgy and novel appeal of KDK with a motto that truly speaks to the comfort and upscale nature of the brand: “luxury for everyday.”

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Whether you’re off to work, out on the town, or just need a little snuggle on the couch, each wrap is versatile yet remains feminine and stylish. The best part? The way it feels!

The silk and modal fabric is so cozy its as if you never got out of bed. Undoubtedly, the material resembles the softest, most pleasant, bed sheets one can imagine. But you are no ghost in this standout piece! When matched properly, the subdued pastels and creamy charcoals embellish the hints of color worn on any given outfit.

It’s no secret we are fans of KDK Luxury Scarves, and we love the way the sisters are sharing a bit of Ireland with their consumers. But don’t just take our word for it, check them out yourself!

Visit to view the stunning variety of looks and patterns, and add a stellar handcrafted Irish scarf to your wardrobe today!

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Written by Britt Hysen

Britt Hysen is the Editor-in-Chief and founder of MiLLENNiAL. In response to the branded ad campaigns absorbed by the media platform, Britt launched Kreativ Ctrl, a full-service marketing agency specializing in experiential programming and strategic partnerships.

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