If you allow them to, scarves will work hard for you during the winter months to make that same old puffer and jeans look like an actual put-together outfit. I must admit that the one I wear most often is black—old habits die hard—but I like to mix in colors and prints too just to keep things interesting. This leopard print is pretty classic, and I like this one too.
Bouclé is a really good texture to add to the mix, and this one comes in several good colors.
Here we have a nice simple option in dirt-cheap Mongolian cashmere.
My second-favorite scarf is an old orange one from A Detacher, which this recycled wool number is a good stand-in for.
The color combination and print here are both nicely graphic.
And I like the check pattern here too: it’s a little preppier, but not too much so.
I dig the nubby texture on this Rachel Comey scarf—it looks like a perfect vintage find.
The yellow stripes on this one are cool, and it’s nicely oversized.
A splurgy camo print in a luxe waffle knit.
I love how chunky this one is, and as you might know by now I always like red and black together, so it’s aces in my book.
This cashmere ribbed scarf comes in a multitude of colors, and the price isn’t bad, for cashmere.
Here’s a lightweight cashmere choice for when you’re trying not to make things bulky.
Another favorite color combination; perfect for pairing with a classic wool overcoat.
This is actually a neck gaiter, but since I might not ever do a post on those I’m including it here cause I think it’s cute.
Just such an excellent, rich red.