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Fashion September, 6 2012

Buyers Guide: Latest Multicolored Scarves

For the coming winter season the stores have stocked up on some nice cold weather accessories. We like some color to brighten up a grey day. Check out the now available multicolored warm autumn scarves we selected for you.

All items and where you can get them after the jump.

Woolrich Woolen Mills – Wool Scarf Multicolor

The Woolrich Woolen Mills scarf is made of 85% wool and 15% nylon. It features a multicolor striped front side and is lined on the other side. Buy it at Unionmade.

Paul Smith – Multi Stripe Scarf

This light weight boucle knit scarf with orange, pink, navy and diamond multi stripes by Paul Smith is made of a wool and polyamid mixture. Purchase it via Barneys.

Barena – Scarf (Sand)

This scarf is handcrafted in Italy from a wool blend with 95%  Fleece Wool. It features 2 contrasting color blocks at each end. Buy the Barena scarf here.

DSquared2 – Check Scarf

The DSquared2 check scarf is made from pure wool featuring tasselled ends and gently frayed edges. The bold design has been produced in blue, white and red plaid, paying homage to the DSquared2 designer’s roots. It is finished with an embossed leather patch. Available at Oki-Ni.

Norse Projects – Birnir Multi Scarf

The premium woll Birnir Multi Scarf by Norse Projects features an unique fairisle print design in light blue, navy and white. Buy it online at Soto now!

Etro – Stripe Ptint Scarf

The orange blue chequered and striped scarf comes from Italian brand Etro. It is made of a wool mixture thats warm and soft. Purchase this scarf here.

Pendleton – Chief Joseph Robe

Pendleton‘s Chief Joseph Robe scarves are woven in label’s own Oregon based mill. Made of wool and warped cotton it features a multicolor navajo pattern. Buy it at Oi Polloi.

Oliver Spencer – Fairisle Wool Scarf

The wool scarf by Oliver Spencer is knitted in a classic fairisle pattern in navy and white. It is made of 80% wool and 20% nylon finished with ribbed ends. Buy it here.

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