Khadi is one of the more nuanced fabrics out there, as it’s a hand-woven fabric where additional fibers — such as silk and wool — are added to the cotton majority, creating an interesting yarn that’s spun from a charkha. Khadi tends to have nice texture with subtle variance, which only adds depth and additional appeal once dyed.
With the colder months fast approaching, Left Field has utilized the lesser-known fabric to craft a series of scarves, providing a nice change of pace for khadi fans out there. More commonly used in the construction of shirting or tunics in places like India and Pakistan, the fabric works well on an accessory. Between the textures, patterns and dye jobs, these scarves are designed to add a discerning bit of intrigue under the collar of your overcoat. But khadi’s not known to be the warmest fabric in the flock, so they’ll serve you better in the early winter (and probably all of spring) before temps take a nose dive.
$85 at Leftfield NYC.