11 Luxury Scarves To Keep You Warm This Winter 2020
Winter is coming––which means, it's time to refresh our wardrobes to keep us warm and stylish throughout the new season. The perfect companion to our winter coats, chunky boots and designer bags, scarves not only keep us warm, but also extra stylish.
To help you up your accessory game, we're rounding up the best luxury scarves to wear this season. Whether you're into cashmere-blends or are looking for cosy knit wools, there's something to go with every outfit and occasion.
Get yourself covered from the winter chill with this cosy scarf from Givenchy. Knitted in Italy using pure, soft wool, the scarf is etched with the Parisian label's name, featuring its signature chain motif throughout. Shaped in a wide silhouette, the classic black colour easily matches with any of this season's coats.
For the winter season, Burberry updates its scarf arsenal with a beige, yellow, white and pink take on the brand's iconic pattern. This cashmere iteration is carefully made in Scotland, complete with braided fringing. It goes perfectly with a tailored coat thanks to the bright hues to a bit of contrast to your look.
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Ditch the classic wool scarf for Valentino's lace-panelled modal and cashmere-blend scarf. Dipped in the label's signature 'Poudre' hue, the pretty blush colour compliments both dark pieces and neutral looks.
Since Demna Gvasalia's debut collection, oversized logos are a frequent motif for Balenciaga, and this scarf embraces the trend. Featuring a black intarsia-knit design of the brand's logo, the design dons a font developed from public transport signage, giving it a chic update.
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5/10 Saint Laurent
This grey scarf from Saint Laurent is an embodiment of the fashion house's refined-Parisian aesthetic. Made from brushed cashmere, the wide-cut silhouette extends to fringed edges, and for that extra detail, a black logo-debossed leather patch.
Combining style and elegance, this scarf from Fendi is made from a wool-silk blend and embodies the craftmanship that the Italian fashion house is loved for. It features frayed edges complete with an "FF" motif design. Its classic black colour is an impeccable addition to any style and outfit.
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7/10 Bottega Veneta
Bottega Veneta's fringed-edge oversize scarf is the ultimate cosy piece to add to your wardrobe this winter season. An essential for any closet, it's made from a hundred per cent wool and given its size, will keep you all bundled up in style.
Moving away from the brand's logo, this striking fringed scarf from Gucci is patterned with an updated version of its recognisable stripes. Cable-knitted all the way from Italy using plush wools, the shades of cream, orange and emerald are perfect for the cool season.
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This navy and wool anagram scarf from Loewe is the best of both worlds: knit wool and cashmere-blend. Adorned with checked patterns in tones of brown and navy throughout, the fringed detailing at the end is that extra sprinkle of personal touch.
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10/10 Loro Piana
Loro Piana promises high-quality and high-fashion. Using only the highest-quality cashmere for its collections, the Mongolian fibres used for this piece are loved for its unrivalled softness, warmth and lightness. Bathed in pale-pink, this lightly fringed scarf is long enough to double-wrap around your neck.
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Artisanal pieces are nothing new for Brunello Cucinelli, and this scarf is just one of the many the brand has to offer. Woven from cashmere and silk personally in their studio in Italy, the sparkling lamé yarn is complete with frayed trims for a style that promises to work for any occasion.