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Coach Women's Scarves

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Since 1941, Coach has been a world-renowned leather goods brand and offers luxury handbags, men’s bags, wallets, footwear, outerwear, travel gear, and other accessories. The American company was founded in New York City and began with a handful of employees as a family-owned leather shop, only producing wallets and billfolds. In 1950, owner Miles Cahn, inspired by the characteristics found in the leather of baseball mitts, developed a new way of processing the company’s leather in order to make it stronger and softer. This new leather process allowed the company to create women’s handbags. Coach used new dye techniques to create brighter and richer colors for their handbags, a stark contrast to the brown and black leather bags widely available on the market. In 1965, Coach leather products began being sold in US and international department stores. Today, the brand has a huge following and recently collaborated with singer/actress Selena Gomez for a handbag collection.

While Coach may be known for their leather goods, they also produce textile items. A favorite textile product is the Coach scarf. A bestselling Coach scarf is the wild plaid scarf with a bold print and fringe end. This wool and cashmere scarf is available in oxblood/black, charcoal/black, and navy/black. Another popular mixed blend scarf is the varsity stripe scarf, which features two sporty stripes and fringe ends. This scarf is available in grey/black, denim/charcoal, oxblood/cherry, and forest/yellow gold/graphite. A classic Coach scarf is the cashmere bicolor signature scarf, which features Coach’s iconic emblem. This 100 percent cashmere scarf is available in yellow gold/graphite, oxblood/deep orange, charcoal/grey, and navy/denim.

Couch continues to experience success with over 1,000 stores operating in North America. The brand’s products are also available in leading department stores, such as Macy’s and Nordstrom's. Coach celebrated their 75th anniversary by opening the Coach House, a 20,000 square-foot retail store, in Manhattan.