Fashion Top Five: Comfy Scarves For Fall And Winter
October 22, 2008
These five scarves will be particularly helpful in the varying climates (sidewalk to subway to office to bar…) we all encounter through fall and winter. So much easier to slip on and off than a sweater.
The essential Love Quotes scarf ($88) is like the hobo bag of neckwear: it matches a slightly slouchy vibe without looking messy. Love Quotes fan Vanessa Hudgens wears the Merlot color here.
The fringes on the ends of this cable knit scarf ($24) keep the classic style from looking dated.
This solid wrap scarf ($19.50) made of viscose, not wool, so it’ll let you bundle up without overheating, and it’s large enough to use as a wrap, too.
We like Sir Alistair scarves for their ethnic prints and versatility (wear it as a scarf, wrap or sarong) – this pink-print version ($130) looks great with Rachel Bilson’s black and white basics.
When you need a scarf that matches cocktail dresses and champagne, this super soft cashmere fringe scarf ($150) will fit the bill.