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Purchase a Beautiful One of a Kind Scarf Designed by Our Very Own Carson Kressley to Benefit the UPHA Foundation!

Don't miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase this lovely Scarf. Custom Designed by our very own, Designer/Actor Carson Kressley with all proceeds to benefit the UPHA Foundation. Stylish and unique Chiffon Silk fabric, this stunning Scarf measures 35 x 35 and it is lightweight, soft, and translucent. Hand sewn by E.F. Meeks (Eric Goff) located in Lexington, KY with ALL PROFITS being graciously donated. Dry cleaning is recommended and iron if needed. This exclusive item is "made to order."

-Quote from Carson Kressley-

"I was inspired by our industry coming together to help both horses and humans adversely affected by the Pandemic. I thought I could help by designing this beautiful Scarf that could be enjoyed, as well as show our support of our fellow horsemen as we continue to raise much needed funds during these extremely challenging times. My friends at Meeks Fashion, where this item is being handmade, stepped right up and will donate 100% of the profits to the UPHA."

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