3rd November 2016
It’s November and the temperature is dipping fast. We’re waking up to single digits and going home when the thermometer is flirting with zero.
All is not lost though, cold weather means more clothes and as we love layering up, when getting ready to combat the cold we see the humble scarf as the cherry on top of a very stylish cake.
So that you can finish off your look perfectly and stay stylish through the cold snap – we selected five of our favourites.
This soft, lightweight scarf comes in an abundance of eye-catching prints and is quite oversized. At 70cm x 200cm it can be wrapped, twisted, rolled or even worn as a shawl. And because it is so weightless, it can be worn at any time of year – throughout the warmer months it can be paired with a top to escape a mid-summer night’s breeze (or irritating air conditioning). It’s also perfect throughout the cooler months, styled as you would any other scarf in the winter.
A new addition to our collection of scarves, this super-soft style is the same size as the Wensley but is a slightly heavier weight and has a soft herringbone texture. It can be knotted, twisted and wrapped to suit your style (and mood) whilst the subtle stripe detail and classic fringe adds timeless appeal.
This is another style that’s quickly becoming a classic. Square in shape and a fairly large 140cm x 140cm it’s super-soft and comes in an array of vibrant colours. One way to wear this is in a basic loop – simply fold the scarf in half diagonally, loop it around your neck and adjust it as you wish.
Oversized (it’s 200cm x 80cm and could almost double up as a blanket) this new scarf is super soft and comes in a dual-faced fabric – basically the back is an inverted version of the front – so the contrasting looks that can be created with it are quite striking. Once you’ve wrapped yourself up in it you’ll be hooked.
This is our men’s scarf of the season, that you’ll want steal immediately. The Tytherton wool scarf became a best-seller last season, and with good reason. Crafted from sumptuously soft wool and available in an array of new autumnal checks, it’s already got us wishing the temperature would drop a little. Oh, and in case you were wondering, it’s a classic scarf-shape 180cm x 28cm.
For further information on how to tie these scarves, click here.