Dec
15
2011
By
of Valet.
In Praise of ...

Bold Scarves

Let's face it. Winter can bring some dark, dreary days. Not to mention that most of our outerwear consists of colors like black, grey or navy (and maybe camel, if we're really stepping out). Take a page out of a sharp-dressed Italian's playbook and brighten your outlook by knotting up a colorful scarf. These eye-grabbing neck warmers strike an optimistic tone on those cruel, cold days and offer an easy way to add some unconventional color to your winter wardrobe. Traditional university scarves have always featured primary colors, but these vibrant styles (think blogger blue, mustard yellow or Native American patterns) are definitely more modern.

Italian cashmere and silk, $280 by Jil Sander

Polka dot wool,
$185 by Piombo

Shaker knit,
$20 by
Lands' End Canvas

Oversized plaid,
$18 by Gap

Heavyweight ribbed,
$38 (on sale)
by Timberland

Southwest lambswool, $50
by Ralph Lauren

Lightweight merino wool,
$60 by Barneys Co-Op

 

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