Winter style – scarves
When the brass monkeys come calling in the bleak midwinter, a scarf is the first thing you reach for on your way out of the door. Grab one of these and you’ll turn necks – while keeping yours toasty.
Hugo Boss Albas
£55 | vanmildert.com
A classic no-frills (well, just some tassels at the ends) wool scarf from the Teutonic titan of fashion. Will go with anything in your wardrobe.
£22 | blackleaf.com
A contender for most misleading name for an item of apparel ever, the Frostbite actually promises to keep your neck toasty warm, and stylishly striped.
Paul Smith Multistripe
£110 | vanmildert.com
Buy British! A silk scarf bearing Paul Smith’s signature stripes, this will make your neck the talk of the town.
£10 | kathmandu.co.uk
A bargain basement price tag for a scarf that boasts “upstairs” style – the Tuxtla is a simple, unfussy throat-warmer.
Converse Mock Turtleneck
£25 | blackleaf.com
Why buy two scarves when you can buy one that's reversible. Converse's take on the solution mixes cool grey with a smartly textured blue.
Marshall Artist Scrim
£40 | elementsclothing.co.uk
The looser scrim knit gives this scarf an eye-catching texture – and despite the little holes it’ll still keep you warmer than a blazing Christmas pud.