Winter was made for this soft scarf (or perhaps that should be the other way round?). Flashes of colour on the ribbing add cheer to cold-weather outfits, and you can coordinate with the matching hat and gloves for a super-snug combination.
This 100% cashmere scarf feels super soft against your skin and stops chills in their tracks. Plus, the stylish colour contrasts give the scarf a totally contemporary feel, while remaining simple enough to work with everything else you own.
Take it from us, it's pretty much impossible not to feel cheerful in this chunky scarf – especially when it's paired with our matching hat. You can count on the wool blend (with its touch of alpaca) to keep the cold out and the cosy in, while the Fair Isle pattern adds just the right amount of fun…
Keeping it casual? Try this supersoft oversized tee. With slits on the hem and dropped shoulders in a cotton mix, this long-sleeved piece nails the laidback vibe for a busy day of running errands. To give it a little elegance, layer up with your favourite scarf and loose-fitting jacket.
…our happiness-inducing hat. It may not have magical powers, but with a fluffy bobble this big, it'll be hard to keep the smile off your face. This wool-blend beanie's Fair Isle pattern is just as fun, with light ribbing at the bottom to keep it in place. Did we mention there's a matching scarf?
Fact: life is more fun in a Christmas jumper. This novelty design, combined with a contrast neckline, hem and cuffs, and the practical bits (the crew neck and semi-fitted shape), will keep you looking ultra chic this season. And since we always think about comfort, there's a touch of cashmere and…
These eye-catching scarves were made to take the chill off while you wait for the sun to shine. In soft cotton and modal and with a variety of outfit-making prints, they’re endlessly versatile. Wear as a scarf now and pack in your suitcase as a back-up sarong when you're hitting the beach.
Step aside, woolly scarf. This lightweight piece with pompom detail is perfect for draping around your shoulders on chilly evenings, and won't look out of place when the dress code is more St Tropez than Scarborough. It really is a scarf for all seasons.