Winter style – scarves

Since its invention by the Romans the scarf has been happily keeping the bit between our heads and shoulders warm and dry. These are the latest versions

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


Converse Frostbite

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.

Paul Smith Multistripe


Kathmandu Tuxtla

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.

Converse Mock Turtleneck


Marshall Artist Scrim

Buy British! A silk scarf bearing Paul Smith’s signature stripes, this will make your neck the talk of the town.


A bargain basement price tag for a scarf that boasts “upstairs” style – the Tuxtla is a simple, unfussy throat-warmer.


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.


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.

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