Scarves: Our picks
Whether youre trying to stay warm or merely spice up a simple ensemble, a knockout scarf can brighten up any winter day.
Lacoste wool-blend scarf, $85; at Lacoste, 608 Fifth Ave., 212-459-2300
Lacostes wool-blend, striped scarf is toasty-warm and soft unlike so many of the scratchier wool items out there.
Echo floral scarf, $36; at echodesign.com
Sir Alistair Rai love scarf, $145; at Intermix
Brand Sir Alistair Rai aims to spread a positive message with each of its pieces, including this gorgeous bright-pink rayon scarf stitched with the word love.
The Urban Village Rwanda scarf, $60; at the-urban-village.amazonwebstore.com
Help out others while looking fashionable. This mohair-silk blend scarf comes from a line called Urban Village, which is designed by Whitney Port of MTVs The City and is made in Rwanda by rural women artisans. One hundred percent of the wholesale profit goes back to Rwanda Community Works and The Urban Village.
Gap dip-dye scarf, $29.50; at Gap
Complement a neutral-colored outfit with this lightweight, frayed-fringe scarf from the Gap. It comes in four colors: Majesty (shown), jewel sea, mission tan and rosamunde.
Old Navy two-tone scarf, $12.50; at Old Navy
Who said fashion has to cost a lot? Not Old Navy, whose affordable two-tone scarf is one of our favorite pieces of the season.