Five wonderful winter scarves

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It’s gone cold – so time for the scarves and gloves. I’ll save the gloves for another time, but right now, here’s the fives of the best scarves on the market.

1. John Smedley Stripes scarf

No-one does knitwear like John Smedley, right down to scarves. A good example is this Stripes scarf, made of an extra fine lightweight Merino wool and with an eye-catching stripe.

Priced at £62.

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2. Paul Smith college scarf

Paul Smith’s take on the traditional college scarf, an Italian-made garment with one side wool and a reverse of silk with a polka dot design. That’s 2 scarves in 1.

Priced at £80.

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3. J by Japster Conran striped scarf

Typically good value J by Jasper Conran scarf at Debenhams, with black
and grey multistripe, tassels at both ends and made from 100% wool.

Yours for £22.

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4. Barbour classic tartan scarf

If you want tradition, there’s always Barbour. This classic tartan
scarf is made of lambswool and guaranteed to keep you warm.

You can pick this up for around £20.

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5. Old style football scarf and hat

Get back to the 60s with a scarf and hat straight from the terraces of
days gone by. A choice of blue/white, black/white and green/white.

Each set is available for £6.99.

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By ShinyMedia | November 2nd, 2006