Buyer’s Guide: 6 Patterned Winter Scarves

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Buyers Guide: 6 Patterned Winter Scarves

Today’s Buyer’s Guide turns to a cold weather essential – The Scarf. One of those accessories that can really makes the difference during winter, we’ve gone for some full on pattern with these examples including the like of Dries Van Noten, PAM, Howlin, Kapital and Y3.

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Buyers Guide: 6 Patterned Winter Scarves

Howlin  - Zion Scarf

Zigzags from Howlin by Morrison. Made in Scotland from new wool, navy blue and grey almost impossible to argue with. Howlin have this scarf thing down.

Buyers Guide: 6 Patterned Winter Scarves

EribéSnowburst Scarf

Something a little different from your average fairisle, this colourway from the Scottish knitwear firm is just beautiful.

Buyers Guide: 6 Patterned Winter Scarves

Dries van Noten - Camel Geometric Scarf

Somewhere between a doormat and a hairy wafer biscuit, this scarf manages to be both odd and brilliant at the same time.  A mohair and alpaca blend, possibly not suitable for chronic sneezers.

Buyers Guide: 6 Patterned Winter Scarves

KapitalNavajo Muffler

An oversized scarf from the always brilliant Kapital. More Chimayo than Navajo, whichever way this one offers enough knit to wrap you up mummy style.

Buyers Guide: 6 Patterned Winter Scarves

PAMJacquard Scarf

PAM accessories are really on the up lately, this scarf a great example. 100% Merino, made in New Zealand.

Buyers Guide: 6 Patterned Winter Scarves

Y3Multicoloured Nomad Scarf

Aside from the great choice of colours and block formation, it’s the mix of melange with plain knit that makes this a winner, unnecessarily large logo (on the reverse) aside.

 

 

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