The Magic Scarf Company is situated in Gloucester, Massachusetts which is a seacoast community thirty five miles north of Boston. It was established in 1993 as a regional distributor of ladies fashion accessories most notably scarves, hats and jewelry.
For the first five years of business the company's focus was upon servicing New England boutiques and gift shops primarily in resort destinations of Cape Cod, Maine and Vermont.
In 1998, the destiny of the company changed dramatically with the introduction of The Magic Scarf, a tube scarf made from feathery yarn that serves as a scarf, a shawl or a hat and scarf combination. Sales of this popular item soared from year to year and the Magic Scarf Company became a worldwide distribution center. To this day, The Magic Scarf Company continues to provide "The Original Magic Scarf" to eager buyers seeking the best quality, selection and price for this famous and fabulous scarf.
Our efforts are always to find great new products for the women's accessory and gift market. Along the way we discovered the "Popcorn Shirt", an amazing shirt for travel and ease that stretches from tiny to large and packs into a small form. By increasing quality levels, selection and constant innovation The Magic Scarf Company has once again transformed an obscure item into a worldwide sales phenomenon.
In the tradition of easy living fashion, The Magic Scarf Company has embarked on a quest to bring comfort and style to every aspect of ladies' fashion. We aim to provide inexpensive, attractive apparel and accessories that make the world a bit more comfortable, colorful and easy to iron.
The Magic Scarf Company takes great pride in its long term relationships with customers and its tradition of fast service and inventory back-up. We have a no quibble return 100% satisfaction policy. Our customer service ratings are the highest in the industry. Telephone sales are available from 10 A.M. until 6 P.M. Monday through Friday and our state of the art website is open 24/7.
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