During the last few years, there's been a resurgence of interest in the work of Vera Neumann (1907 - 1993), the artist and textile designer best known, perhaps, for her scarves -- and her ladybug "signature." This renewed popularity is due in part to a woman named Susan Seid who (to make a long story short) bought the Vera trademark and rescued thousands of scarves from a warehouse in Georgia in 2003. In 2005, Seid started The Vera Company. Earlier this year, the company teamed up with Anthropologie on scarves, clothing and home items under the label We [Love] Vera. And it looks like their relationship with Anthro is going to continue, as there are some Vera designs in their fall collection (see below).
Vera's iconic scarves are also available for sale on The Vera Company's website. My favorite design is Central Park ($98, below). But there are many affordable, vintage Vera scarves and linens on Etsy and eBay, where most of the scarves start at around $9.99 and napkin sets start even lower.
The Teal Boho 1970s Scarf from theluckyfish on Etsy ($46):