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About Elizabeth Gillett

After losing one of her most treasured scarves, Elizabeth Gillett decided to replace her misplaced accessory with a scarf of her own creation. Gillett’s stylish velvet wrap generated enough positive feedback to inspire her to keep designing, and in 1991 she officially launched her own accessories line. Elizabeth Gillett features elegant scarves and wraps made in India from the finest cashmere, tie-dyed cotton, silks and wools, hand screen-printed modal and viscose, and other luxe fabrics. Many of Gillett’s wares feature animal or floral prints and unexpected details such as eyelash trim and beaded hanging tassels.

Past Sales Featuring Elizabeth Gillett

Sale Ended September 14, 2013

Fall Basics: Lightweight Scarves

No need to stress over what to wear this fall because we’ve outlined the mix-and-match basics you need to build your ideal wardrobe for the season. Your closet simply can’t be without these wear-everywhere essentials, from surprisingly versatile printed dresses and sleek leather jackets to easy knits that offer endless possibilities in the layering department. And the accessories — ankle boots, soft scarves, and oversized jewels — make putting on the finishing touches a cinch.

Sale Ended May 12, 2014

Spring Scarves: Up to 70% Off

Pops of color and cool prints to polish off your everyday look.

Sale Ended January 31, 2011

Best Gifts Under $100 - 12/1/2010

We've selected a grouping of gifts for our discerning members who know that high style doesn't have to be high priced.

Sale Ended December 18, 2010

Accessorize Your Holidays: Barton Perreira Sunglasses, Deos Headphone Covers and More - 12/16/2010

From the casual to the full-out glam, these small accessories are big on style. See Rebecca Minkoff, Matt & Nat, L.A.M.B., Juicy Couture, or Alexis Hudson for plenty of sleek arm candy, from bold clutches to hardware-heavy crossbody bags. Yours eyes and ears get a treat, too: Pick up Swarovski crystal adorned earphone covers from Deos, and, from Barton Perreira, cool shades in a range of styles and colors.

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