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Stay snug and stylish with the best scarves for fall
Scarves are a secret weapon in the wardrobes of women everywhere. From a finishing touch on your favourite fall outfit to a layer of warmth over your winter coat, scarves provide comfort, cosiness and a chicness to any look. We’ve rounded up our favourite fall scarves to help you stay snug and stylish as we transition to cooler days.
Keep it classy on cool days with this vintage-inspired houndstooth scarf from J Crew. The traditional pattern in a cosy comfy knit will keep you feeling warm and wonderful right into winter.
J Crew, Houndstooth Scarf, $94
No one will be asking where you got this stylish scarf – the well-known Burberry pattern will cause heads to turn while yours stays cosy all season long. With proven staying power, this cashmere scarf is a worthwhile wardrobe investment.
Burberry, Check Cashmere Scarf, $415
Dress up any outfit with Zara’s wraparound shawl. This style statement – and secret weapon of warmth – will drape your shoulders with a polished, ladylike look. Think high fashion turned high function.
Zara, Wraparound Scarf, $69.90
Let the rich hues of fall continue to resonate after the leaves have fallen with this patterned piece from Aritzia. Wrap it once with a blazer for a sophisticated style, or bundle up with other layers to fight the cool, damp days.
Wilfred for Aritzia, Marraine Scarf, $75
Give your winter look a pop of bright colour with Anthropologie’s chunky knit. The beautiful cowl is also totally practical, keeping body heat in and the bitter cold out. No wonder everyone is loving this style!
Anthropologie, Color Report Cowl, $38
The Bay’s iconic stripes stand the test of time, maintaining their relevance for centuries. The quality cashmere is also available in three other patterns, but we suggest this recognizable print to show off your Canadian pride.
Hudson’s Bay Co., Women’s Cashmere Scarf, $135
Vancouver’s favourite activewear brand, Lululemon, has finally designed a fall-friendly scarf for its local climate. Like the ever-popular Vinyasa scarf, the versatile Falling Freely Neck Warmer can be worn a variety of ways. The usual snaps have been replaced by a zipper, and the typical luon has been substituted with cozy Merino Wool to help seal off the cool autumn air.
Lululemon, Fall Freely Neck Warmer, $49
Sisters Megan and Katie share more than DNA. The co-founders of Pip & Pin also share a love of knitting. Their oversized designs are balanced by dainty wood buttons that add the perfect feminine finishing touch. Shop on their Etsy page, or meet them in person at the Make It! Craft & Art Fair later this season.
Pip & Pin, Knit Infinity Circle Scarf, $78.44