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by louisa lim
Each dUCk scarf is identifiable by the super adorable silver duck charm embroidered on it.
If you’ve never had an appetite for duck, you probably will now.
Say hello to dUCk, a lifestyle scarf collection with designs and colours inspired by the life of fictional character, D.
Launched on May 5, this online brand has already generated excitement all over its Instagram page (@duckscarves) with close to 7,000 followers since its first post in March.
Founded by Vivy Yusof of FashionValet, dUCk was built upon the desire to create high-quality (and not to mention, quirky) fashion scarves that is sure to delight any hijabista.
From premium basics in a wide variety of colours to unique prints, each dUCk scarf – identifiable by the super adorable silver duck charm embroidered on it – is inspired by D’s stories and adventures.
Every scarf purchase also comes with a personalised thank you card from D, as well as styling ideas in a hard casing so its wearers can get creative.
Priced from RM40 for basic inners and RM120 for premium basics, dUCk is available on FashionValet.com, as well as selected stockist boutiques in the near future.
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