Access 2.0, our second iteration under the Bourn directive, redesigned to provide smoother and more streamlined ear access with a glided entry for seamless mask accessibility. Originally inspired with the medical professional in mind, our design team went above and beyond to perfect the ultimate essential for all scarf wearing women headed into 2021.
This one-piece now features a longer, yet discreet opening on either side to allow for the use of stethoscopes, earbuds, and face masks without the hassle of having to adjust your scarf each time. Featuring a pre-sewn detail and Premium Jersey fabric, this one-and-done piece does not require pins or magnets as it holds it’s style day in and day out. Whether you are tending to sick patients, finishing your weekend 5k, or simply running errands, the Access 2.0 will be the most reliable and revolutionary piece you will add to your closet this year.
Textile: Cotton Lycra
Dimension: 65” x 26”
Contour: Long Rectangle
I love love love these scarfs. I have ordered a bunch and i got it in 20-30 days but wow it was worth the wait. Amazing quality. Highly recommend
Very soft and comfortable, i love it
Gorgeous color, my daughter loves this for work. Very flattering.
Disappointed with the way it looked prettier on pics but in person it wasn’t okay. Also the part that goes around face got loose so quick and the stitches came off which I couldn’t believe. The jersey it self is a good quality but the stitches were bad quality. I don’t live on the US so not sure if I could have returned it but very sad for what I paid. The access Hijan was better but the Bourne really disappointed me.
The problem with the Access 1.0 was that the ear holes were a little too small to fit the stethoscope through, but this solves that problem! It does take some practice to be able to slip it in perfectly, and one of the challenges is that if you don’t have it wrapped well it will show your ears, which I think could be avoided if the material had a bit more stretch or was a little more lightweight. While I do like this as an all in one solution, I think the access cap is the best option for the stethoscope.