Shopping is sometimes about hunting for the best bargain, but when it comes to these designer scarves, you won’t want to settle for less. Investing in high quality scarves will benefit you in the long run because they are made to last and will be able to warm you up for many winters to come. Here are 10 classic designer scarves to save up for.
1. Rag & Bone Classic Wool Scarf
A wool scarf is a smart move any time the temperatures begin to drop. It is sure to protect you from the bitter winds and snowy spells. This Rag & Bone Classic Wool Scarf is timeless and the oatmeal color can be incorporated with almost any coat.
Whether you’re on-the-go running holiday errands or grabbing lattes with the girls, this scarf will be a great staple for an added layer of coziness. If you want to break away from the neutral tones, this scarf is also available in a rich pink at Neiman Marcus for $195.
2. Johnstons of Elgin Hessian Dress Stewart Tartan Classic Cashmere Scarf
Tartan is a traditional pattern that works to make a scarf the focal point of an outfit. If you’re wearing a neutral solid colored coat, the accessory will bring your look to life. The Hessian Dress Stewart Scarf would easily compliment an understated peacoat or long knitted trench. And honestly, you can never go wrong with cashmere.
Wrap yourself in warm thoughts while you brave the seasons changing. At $175, this piece comes in a multitude of tartan colors and can be embroidered to make your designer scarf one-of-a-kind.
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3. Burberry Giant Check Cashmere Scarf
It is essentially impossible to name a pattern more iconic than the original Burberry check. As one of the most recognizable brands in fashion history, Burberry was a no-brainer for this season’s scarf selection. The Burberry Giant Check Cashmere Scarf, $430, instantly increases the sophistication of any outfit.
Clean and simple fits are the way to go when wearing this designer scarf. Burberry is meant for a refined ensemble that doesn’t follow fast fashion trends; timelessness is the name of the game here. These cashmere scarves are handcrafted in the Scottish countryside using traditional methods that add a level of quality that knock-offs can’t begin to compete with.
4. Gorski Fur Infinity Scarf
Infinity scarves are easy to style and have changed the way that women wear scarves. Wrapped close to the neck or hanging loose, this style is an easy addition to cold weather attire. Snuggle up this season with a fox fur scarf, crafted by Gorski, the leader in luxury furs.
This scarf, $295, gives vibes of Serena Van Der Woodsen wandering the streets of Manhattan in fabulous outfits that draw attention from everyone whose path she crosses. Whether you tuck it at the top of a buttoned up corduroy duster or let it fall over a chunky cable knit sweater, this piece will embellish any outfit.
5. Fendi FF Brown Cashmere Scarf
Indulge yourself by adding a Fendi to your collection of designer scarves. The reverse tonal motif is a signature look and brings depth to the accessory. It is made of both cashmere and wool, and the long length gives you plenty of versatility.
The brown option is always a safe bet, but Fendi also offers the FF Cashmere scarf in a blue or white/grey option. The signature FF scarf, $890, is an unmistakable symbol of quality and craftsmanship.
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6. Saint Laurent Aran Chunky-Knit Wool Blanket Scarf
Okay, so I know this scarf is probably more than a month’s rent. But it’s just so darn cozy we had to include it. At $1,195, this bulky beauty is made of 100% wool and is as close as you’ll get to wearing your favorite blanket out the door. If you’re trekking out to the mountains or live in one of those towns where it gets can’t-breathe-cold, it is worth the investment to own this blanket scarf.
Fashion meets functionality in the best way with this piece. You’ll be guaranteed maximum warmth while holding onto your personal style.
7. Pologeorgis The Lazarus Fox Patchwork Scarf
Another fox fur option is from Pologeorgis, but instead of an infinity style, this one is offered in the classic cut. Lay it over a mid-length wool trench to make a fashion-forward statement, or with a denim jacket to merge casual with couture.
You’ll look like you deserve celebrity status with this look that is reminiscent of old Hollywood starlets. The Lazarus Fox Patchwork Scarf, $395, is fully lined so you don’t have to worry about the fur bothering the back of your neck.
8. Missoni Ombre Zig Zag Skinny Scarf
Missoni is an accessible brand whose zig zag pattern is identifiable and consistent across its collections. This neutral ombre style is an easy day-to-day scarf that can transition from work to happy hour. The soft pattern brings dimension to the neutral colors and ombre shading.
This scarf sells at Nordstrom for $174, and incorporates metallic yarns throughout in order to bring a little more fun to the table.
9. Louis Vuitton Monogram Shine Shawl
Louis Vuitton is another fashion mogul whose logo speaks for itself. While the original brown and tan color palette screams authentic Louis, it’s refreshing to explore other hues. The lighter tones in this Monogram Shine Shawl introduce elevated versatility and subtly in the domain of LV designer scarves.
If you’re worried you won’t be able to keep this $675 cream colored scarf in pristine condition, the luxury item is available in a slew of other colors. If it were me, I’d want a color for every day of the week.
10. Gucci GG Jacquard Pattern Knitted Scarf
Our list comes to a close with a trademark GG Gucci scarf, made in Italy. Gucci is one of high fashion’s most imitated brands, but it’s well worth the $350 to know that you’ve got the real deal. The pattern is delicate, which allows for a level of poise that doesn’t need to boast a lavish price tag.
The small fringe detail on either end gives just enough texture to the scarf without distracting from the classic look. Your winter wardrobe will thank you for this knitted masterpiece.