Yes folks, it’s almost getting to that time. Woolly everything from head to toe and curling up with warm drinks at night.
Whilst you’re out and about, a staple piece for any wardrobe is the humble, yet ever so effective scarf. The options out there are plentiful, whatever style you’re going for; and the options start from just £5.99.
The online search can often be daunting with so many choices out there. If you’re looking for a good deal and fast, try your nearest supermarket for discounted items. Amazon and Not on the High Street are retailers also bursting with affordable deals, including a range from independent sellers, which is something worth considering to support local businesses.
We’ve rounded up some of the best picks worth adding to your winter wardrobe.
Best scarves to wrap up in this season
You can’t go wrong with a sumptuous chenille scarf, sure to keep you cosy throughout the winter, also available are matching hats and gloves.
Price: £7, Cotton Traders – buy here now
Perfect for chilly winter walks, this neck 3.5 tog warmer from Head Holders is something to think about for high performance heat.
The thermal lining has a fur like feel, making it not only easy wearing but ideal for retaining heat around your chin and neck. What’s more, the insulating yarn is naturally moisture wicking so will help to keep you dry too.
Price: £14.99, Amazon – buy here now
This reversible scarf has a chunky feel, great for battling against the elements. Due to its long length it can be tied and wrapped in multiple ways to suit your needs and attire.
It’s also available in over 10 colour options.
Price: £14.44, Amazon – buy here now
Perfectly appropriate for the festive season approaching and nice and chunky to keep you warm. It’s soft weave, so super cosy and easy to wear.
If you’re looking for something for occasions or smartwear, this faux-fur tipppet scarf is right on trend and ideal for layering.
It’s fully lined and easy wearing by simply draping it around your neck and securing with the fastening.
Price: £20, John Lewis – buy here now
Looking for something a bit more personal? This splash print scarf can be personalised with a message, ideal with Christmas on the way.
Price: £15, Not on the High Street – buy here now
Wrap up in this luxurious, long scarf and you’ll feel like you’re wearing cashmere, just without the hefty price tag.
It’s brushed finish is super soft and the material is fade resistant so it’ll keep that vibrant tone year on year.
Price: £20, Lands End – buy here now
If thick scarves are the scarves for you, this classic houndstooth print is one worth adding to your collection.
Price: £30, La Redoute – buy here now
Support the arts and find something perfect for a loved one as a gift.
The pattern known as ‘Net & Ball’ is based on a square wave seen with an oscilloscope – the visual representation of sound. This scarf will keep you cosy and make a nice statement piece.
Every purchase at the Southbank Centre shop directly supports the arts, along with a range of local, independent designers and craft makers.
Price: £80, Southbank Centre – buy here now
Acclaimed British sock brand, Pantherella’s first foray into scarves provide the ultimate luxury stocking filler.
Crafted from the same luxury yarns as Pantherella’s socks, the collection comprises of lightweight gauge wools, merino wools and cashmere in a range of colour palettes.
Price: £190, Pantherella – buy here now
A traditional check, with autumn and winter appropriate tones to compliment nicely – oh and it’s nice and chunky too. What’s not to love?
Price: £18, Next – buy here now
An affordable option worth considering, a nice treat for yourself this winter or someone else.
Personalise the scarf by selecting your colour, your text and even the thread colour.
Price: £19.99, Treasure Gifts – buy here now
Stay protected in even the harshest weather conditions with the best wellington boots to buy for 2020.