DGFA Recalls Women's Scarves Due to Violation of Federal Flammability Standard

Clothing that fails to meet the federal flammability standard poses a risk of burn injuries to the wearer

DGFA Recalls Women's Scarves Due to Violation of Federal Flammability Standard
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May 8, 2017

DG Fashion (DGFA) has issued a recall of 200 women's scarves with fringe because they do not meet the federal flammability standard.

Clothing that does not meet this standard poses a risk of burn injuries to the wearer in the event that the clothing catches fire.

The affected scarves measure roughly 78 inches long and 27 inches wide. Made from 70 percent silk and 30 percent polyester, the scarves are shimmery in appearance. They were sold only on Amazon in black gold, blue, green, purple, gold, and wine red from June 2015 until March 2017 for between $10 and $21.

Though DGFA has not received any reports of injuries or incidents related to this recall, it is urging consumers to stop using the affected scarves immediately and to contact the company to receive a full refund. Both DGFA and Amazon are directly contacting the consumers who bought the scarves.

For more information, consumers can reach DGFA at (866) 606-9099.