• Wood Wood

    F Scarf

    For a graphic scarf that really stands out, try this Wood Wood one - bearing the greatest expletive, from Wood Wood's The Club collection. It's made from 100% merino wool so you'll be snug while you swear.

  • Bottega Veneta

    Intrecciato Scarf

    Italian brand Bottega Veneta introduced their Intrecciato leather-weaving method in the late 1960's, and now their trademark technique has been applied to other fabrics as well, including this textured, grey, wool scarf.

  • TOPMAN

    Navy and Oat Stripe Scarf

    Sometimes (NB: often,) you just can't justify spending upwards of $200 on a simple scarf. For those occasions, TOPMAN often pulls through with the goods, and this time is no exception. The navy and oat block stripes will go well with most outfits.

  • Jil Sander

    Knitted Cashmere Scarf

    Grey goes with everything, so here's two different shades of it. Crafted in Italy, it's made from a cashmere and wool blend in a rib knit construction with finished hems.

  • Christopher Lemaire

    Grey Scarf

    For those of you who can justify the +$200 price tags, here's one for you. This Christopher Lemaire two-tone ombre wool mix scarf conveniently transforms into a poncho for when the time calls for one.

  • A.P.C.

    Long Scarf

    In trademark French A.P.C. style, their long scarf is both classic and contemporary. Made from a wool and cashmere mix, it's an extra long rectangular that will allow at least two wraps around your neck - depending on your necks perimeter of course.

  • Polo Ralph Lauren

    Camo Scarf

    For those of you who enjoy a camouflage print, this scarf from Polo Ralph Lauren should be right up your street. Made from wool, it will keep you warm, while the camouflage pattern will simultaneously make sure you feel cool.

  • YMC

    Storm Knit Scarf

    An interesting take on such a classic design, the YMC Storm Knit scarf centres its design around premium construction. Made from 100% brushed wool, it features a bubble knit pattern, echoing the style of Scandinavian fisherman knitwear.

  • Acne

    Canada Scarf

    For when things get really cold, you just need what is the equivalent of a blanket to swaddle yourself up in. Acne made just that. Their Canada scarf is 200cm long and 70cm wide, made from premium lambswool for that truly comfortable experience.

  • Norse Projects

    Borderline Scarf

    Nautical design is a tried and tested classic, and Norse Projects enlisted it in their Borderline scarf. Made in Portugal, it's 100% wool and is finished off with the stamp of approval - the Norse Projects sewn-on label.

Accessories October, 14 2013

Buyer’s Guide: Scarf Face

Scarves are the kind of accessory that once you start wearing, it’s hard to stop. You become accustomed to that extra warmth around your neck, face and maybe even ears if you’re lucky. Which means on the scarf-less days, your head and shoulders feel uncomfortably exposed and vulnerable. Embrace this extension of your winter garments with what is a essentially a big flap of material and go for nice materials, in even nicer patterns. There’s some really great ones out there. We’ve compiled 10 of our favorites which you can check out in the slideshow above.

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