China’s Leading Silk Scarf Wholesaler Declares Weeklong Double Discounts on Fall 2011 Styles

(Hangzhou, China), China’s leading silk scarf wholesaler, is offering a sitewide promotion from July 30th – August 5th, 2011, with deep discounts on hard-to-find Chinese silk scarves of Fall 2011 Styles.  In addition to the up to 76% off discount always provides, buyers can also enjoy huge savings according to their different purchases. For purchases over $300, wholesalers will receive $90 off; purchases over $500 will receive $150 off and purchases of $1,000 and up will receive $300 off.  The huge savings are available for a limited time only.  


Joy Yao, Marketing Director of, introduced that the weeklong double discounts is an unprecedented huge saving for silk scarves wholesalers. “Besides the up to 76% off discount we always provide, this weeklong promotion will also save wholesalers up to $300.”


According to Joy, wholesalers can always enjoy great discounts on silk scarves on year round.  Purchases of 1-20 pieces receive 5% off; 21-100 pieces 70% off; 101-300 pieces 73% off; 301-600 pieces 75% off and purchases of over 600 pieces receive 76% off.


Besides the huge savings, online retailers, boutique owners, and other wholesale buyers will also find it deserved to introduce the collection of Inetsilk scarves for its fashion charm. “Wholesalers will enjoy offering customers the unique Fall 2011 silk scarf styles available on  Designed with an eye towards the Fall 2011 runway fashion shows of Paris, Milan and New York, the Chinese silk scarves are supposed to have a high resale value in the Fall, “ said Joy.


Scarves are the trendy must-have accessory of Fall 2011.  Printed Chinese silk scarves are the perfect punctuation for the solid color dresses and suits that dominated Fall fashion runways.  Available in a wide variety of colors and styles,’s silk scarves can brighten up a black sweater, accentuate an elegant button-down blouse or embellish a simple dress.


Whether knotted around the neck, tied around the waist as an alternative to a belt, tied around head on bad hair days or simply draped around shoulders, silk scarves are as useful to a woman’s wardrobe as they are beautiful. brings China’s rich tradition of silk products to online stores, boutiques and other wholesale buyers around the world.  First developed in ancient China, silk was originally the fabric of Chinese royalty. The Silk Road brought coveted Chinese silk products to the rest of Asia and to Europe, where it remains a luxury fashion item to this day. silk scarves are today produced in Haining, China, keeping the history and tradition alive and sharing it with the world.


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