Stylish Scarves – Cold Weather Style Unwrapped

November 11, 2006 • Magazine

Stylish Scarves - Cold Weather Style Unwrapped

Stylish Scarves - Cold Weather Style Unwrapped

Sat, 2006-11-11 12:00

Joanne Molina

We see it riding solo on buses and many a cab driver will receive it as a complimentary gift from October through March: the winter scarf. Unlike its cousin the silk scarf (particularly classics from Hermès and Givenchy), this other descendant of the Croatian cravat is usually downplayed from the moment our mother insists upon making it the final part of our childhood ritual of cold-weather mummification. (Although one might imagine if we would have the same internal resistance if she insisted on placed an Hermès silk scarf around our necks instead of what seemed to be a dense wool blanket). But in the spirit of tacking this Freudian fashion fait accompli, lets work through the inner trauma and embrace a new view: A seamless integration of practical and posh you won’t leave behind.

1. Cartier cashmere-silk logo scarf from, $300 (marked down from $375).

2. Burberry Frill scarf from, $160.

3. Chloe tubular scarf from, $540.

4. Daphne scarf by Marc by Marc Jacobs from, $158.

5. Hermès cashmere scarf and hat set in large or medium from Hermè, $970.

6. Coach Patchwork Signature muffler from, $168.

7. Paul Smith multi-striped scarf from, $145.

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