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Sometimes society can make rather unreasonable demands of us: be successful, be happy, be meaningful! Trying to realise these demands can be stressful and counter-productive. Some of the things society demands of us can be downright ludicrous; be skinny, be young, have a tastefully curated wardrobe!

It may seem counter-intuitive but accepting that things don't always turn out as we would ideally like, and that life can be pretty chaotic, can make us more happy. This way you can spend less time finding the right diet and more time on the important things, like finding the right floral print!

Loudly declare your stoicism with this print of hops and box trees, which represent injustice and stoicism in the language of flowers!

Kafka

Kafka's Scarf

Long silk chiffon scarf
£120
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This silk scarf features typography from a sign held up at a counterculture protest in New York in 1968, spelling out: 'Franz Kafka for President' alongside illustrations of the box plant, meaning 'stoicism' in the Victorian Language of Flowers.
  • Long silk chiffon scarf
  • Finest diaphanous chiffon
  • 30cm x 215cm
  • Dry clean only
  • Pin and hemmed edge

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Kafka's Scarf

Long silk chiffon scarf — £120

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