Wear one as a winter warmer, or use a lightweight silk scarf to evoke some timeless British country chic. Scarves never go out of fashion and can provide a splash of colour to your look. Choose a high end, super soft brand for supreme comfort. Here’s our selection of this season’s best buys.
ACNE STUDIOS – Toronty Logo-Jacquard Wool-Blend Scarf
Perfectly matching the signature Toronty bag, this oversized red scarf is made in Italy. Its soft blended wool is woven with a graphic brown logo and framed by frayed edges. Wear it for a bold, contemporary look.
MAX MARA – Baci Scarf
Max Mara’s luxe grey scarf is made from lightweight cashmere zibeline, perfect for those who enjoy an especially tactile feel. It’s generously proportioned for cosy winter wear. The ends feature a traditional style fringing, offset with an embroidered hallmark logo. Its neutral hue makes it super versatile for many outfits and occasions.
GUCCI – Horsebit-Print Silk Scarf
Accessorise your autumn and spring wardrobe with this lightweight equestrian-inspired silk scarf. The Horsebit print is emblazoned with a Gucci’ print inspired by the horse-racing English aristocracy. It’s made in Italy black borders and neatly rolled edges. It’s an ideal weekday accent piece that oozes class.
ISABEL MARANT Suzanne Checked Wool-Blend Scarf
Wear Isabel Marant’s signature large checks in brown and cream. The Suzanne is crafted from wool blended with soft cashmere and features fringed edges for a timeless winter look. Pair it with a cream coat or chocolate rollneck.
BURBERRY Monogram-Print Silk Scarf
Burberry has long been known as a go-to brand for exquisite scarves. This elegant beige design is crafted in Italy from lightweight silk, then digitally printed with house motifs including the TB monogram, the Icon stripe and a circular logo. Knot it around your neck airline-style or tuck it under the collar of a continental trench coat.
CHARLES JEFFREY LOVERBOY – Super Massive Oversized Wool-Blend Scarf
Charles Jeffrey’s ‘supermassive’ scarf was born from this year’s AW20 runway show. The theatrical larger than life design is inspired by Scotland, Jeffrey’s homeland and is knitted from a rich wool blend. The trendy chunky stockinette stitch is finished with classic fringed edges all in a striking electric blue.
FENDI – Striped Knitted Wool-Blend Scarf
This classic Italian brown striped scarf from Fendi is evocative of the iconic house codes. Wide black stripes contrast the brand’s logos, finished with hand fringed edges. Crafted from a blend of mid weight wool, cashmere and silk, it’s understated yet deeply sophsticated.
LOEWE – Panelled Anagram-Embroidered Cashmere Scarf
Loewe’s panelled scarf has an arty feel as designed by the brand’s creative director Jonathan Anderson. Crafted from 100% cashmere, it has a red centre stripe offset by an embroidered anagram motif and tasselled ends. Add it to a smart jacket or winter coat for a relaxed, bohemian vibe.
GUCCI – GG-Jacquard Fringed Wool Scarf
Guccio Gucci art deco era GG-logo is found in the luxe jacquard on this navy scarf. It’s Italian made using 100% brushed wool and soft fringed edges. This piece will segue between the seasons ideal with a suit, or tucked into a light jacket.
GIVENCHY – Fringed Logo-Jacquard Cotton Scarf
Opt for striking monochrome with Clare Waight Keller sophisticated creation from the Pre-AW20 collection. It’s made from cotton, ideal for those looking for a lightweight scarf and patterned with logo jacquard. Soft fringed edge can be left on display or tucked into a low collar.
ALEXANDER MCQUEEN – Skull-Print Houndstooth Wool-Blend Scarf
Go for a more daring, steampunk vibe with Alexander McQueen’s black houndstooth-checked scarf. It’s printed with the brand’s hallmark skull motif – reflecting themes of life and death often seen in the designer’s work – and a the brand logo. It’s woven in Italy from a wool blend with a touch of silk for that extra luxe feel.
MONCLER – Tasselled Wool Scarf
Simple and stylish, this is a scarf that can be worn with almost anything. The brand Moncler was founded in the French mountain village of Monestier-de-Clermont in 1952. It’s known for producing classic winter wardrobe staples, like this piece. The scarf is made in Italy from wool with tasselled ends and is hallmarked with Moncler’s logo.
BURBERRY – Reversible Logo and House-Check Cashmere Scarf
Nothing says versatility quite like the reversible scarf. On one side you’ll find Burberry’s signature statement check in black and tan, and on the other, a red interlocking B-logo jacquard. Achieve two looks in one, with this soft accessory made in Scotland from woven cashmere.
GUCCI – GG-Print Raw-Edged Wool Scarf
The delicate wool that makes up this raw edged scarf offers a lighter weight, perfect for wearing with a slim sweater or casual coat. It’s printed with the iconic GG motif, accentuated by another Gucci motif, the red and green web stripe (originally inspired by vintage saddle straps).