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The Best Luxury Warm Winter Scarves of the Season

The best luxury designer warm winter scarves of the 2020 season

Baby, it’s cold outside, and you know what that means. Time to bundle up! Our ace correspondent Jeanette Settembre has curated a list of the 12 best luxury designer warm statement winter scarves to buy this season, including mohair, wool and cashmere. You might even choose to wrap up your holiday gift shopping with a couple of these.

the 12 best luxury winter scarves of the season this year

Let’s get wrapped up in statement winter scarves as the weather gets colder, dear reader.

luxury designer winter scarves

The best luxury designer winter scarves of the season.

Whether it’s mohair, wool or cozy cashmere, warm winter scarves are essential cold weather accessories – a luxury that is equal parts function and fashion. 

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Here are our top 12 picks for the best luxury warm winter scarves to buy this season. 

1. Dries Van Noten Fringed Mohair-Blend Scarf 

Parties may be canceled in 2020, but you can still be the life of your own soiree in this boa-style scarf made from teal mohair-blend knitted with merino wool. The fringing moves when you walk, making for a dramatic entrance or exit. Wear if off the shoulder and let the awestruck stares begin. 

 

the top 10 luxury designer winter scarfs to buy this season

 

BUY NOW: $1,005.

2. Banana Republic Purple Fuzzy Scarf 

Brighten up your day in this mood-boosting fuzzy purple scarf. It’s designed to look and feel like fluffy mohair. 

 

the top 10 luxury designer winter scarfs to buy this season

 

 

BUY NOW: $38.

3. Acne Studios Canada New Wool Scarf 

This pale pink wool scarf is made with fringed hems. Pair it with a turtleneck sweater and jeans for a relaxed look.  

 

the top 10 luxury designer winter scarfs to buy this season

BUY NOW: $190.

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4. Acne Studios Checked Fringed Knitted Scarf  

Check mate. Color your winter with this checkered scarf made with soft alpaca, wool and mohair. It’s patterned with rainbow checks in shades of blue, indigo, violet, yellow and orange. Bring life to an all-black outfit or pair it with a monochrome outfit. 

 

BUY NOW: $280.

5. Minimo Cashmere Blanket Scarf in Red

Get wrapped up in this scarlet red scarf made with 100% cashmere. This versatile scarf can be worn as a wrap or scarf and is tailor made for anyone on-the-go.

BUY NOW: $179.

6. Chloe Cable Knit Mélange Wool-Blend Scarf

Exude warmth in this chunky scarf that will keep you bundled up during the collider months. It’s cable-knitted from Italy made with a mélange wool-blend and can be warn with anything from a ski jacket or puffer coat to a turtleneck and peacoat. 

 

the top 10 luxury designer winter scarfs to buy this season

BUY NOW: $665.

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7. Club Monaco Thisbee Plaid Wool Scarf 

This long wool scarf comes in shades of blue and grey in plaid and stripe statement  prints that bring a pop of pizazz to outerwear ensembles. 

 

the top 10 luxury designer winter scarfs to buy this season

BUY NOW: $98.50.

8. Gucci Fringed Brushed Mohair-blend Jacquard-knit Scarf

Here’s one way to label your layers. This scarf has a Gucci stamp of approval with the Italian designer’s signature “GG” logo in dark-brown and beige with fringed edges. The GG logo debuted in the 1930s and remains a timeless chic statement. Drape this scarf over an understated outfit and let it speak for itself. 

 

 

the top 10 luxury designer winter scarfs to buy this season

BUY NOW: $532

9. Miguelina Onyeka fringed mélange wool scarf

This one scarf suits all. Knitted in natural yarns, this grey scarf with beige and neutral hues will match every coat in your closet. It’s made from soft wool with fringed trims making it the perfect everyday scarf. 

 

BUY NOW: $409. 

 

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10. Johnstons of Elgin Classic Tartan Cashmere Stole Royal Stewart 

Keep it classic in this cashmere scarf in a signature red plaid print handmade in England. 

 

the top 10 luxury designer winter scarfs to buy this season

BUY NOW: $599. 

11. Alexander McQueen Skull and logo-jacquard wool-blend shawl

Channel your inner Goth with this darkly romantic black shawl scarf. It’s jacquard woven with the brand’s signature skull and heart emblems.

 

the top 10 luxury designer winter scarfs to buy this season

BUY NOW: $1,080.

12. Bottega Veneta Fringed shearling scarf

We wrap up our edit of the best luxury designer winter scarves in wool, cashmere, mohair and more this season with the “It” brand, Bottega Veneta. This show-stopping number in the label’s signature butter yellow is made from ultra soft shearling. It’s like a ray of sunlight on a cold grey day.

 

the top 10 luxury designer winter scarfs to buy this season

BUY NOW: $2,800.

the best luxury statement winter scarves of 2020

That’s our edit of the best luxury designer warm winter scarves to buy this year. Which one’s your favorite? No matter how you decide to wrap up this winter, stay safe and healthy out there, dear reader.

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Jeanette Settembre is a New York City features writer and editor specializing in lifestyle, food, and travel. Her work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, WSJ Magazine and Architectural Digest, among many other publications. Jeanette started her career in journalism as a features reporter for the New York Daily News, where she edited Entertainment and wrote the Sunday food column “Eats Beat.”

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