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Buy Mens Scarf

Your mom was right: you should be wearing a scarf. From a practical perspective, the best men's scarves will help to keep the cold from infiltrating the confines of your winter coat, and will double as a helpful face covering when freezing winds are singeing your T-zone. More importantly, though, they'll just plain look good, which is no small thing when the weather gets so dreadful your outfit options are limited to heavy-duty parkas and dump truck-sized snow boots. (And frankly, the aesthetic value alone should be all the reason you need to invest in one now, before temperatures really start hitting subarctic lows.) To help you find just the right scarf to add some much-needed pizzazz to your fall and winter fits, we surveyed dozens of the finest neck warmers from budget-friendly mall chains, age-old British brands, and everything in between. Here are the best men's scarves to knot up pronto.

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Look, we understand that $430 is a lot for a scarf. But you're here for the best, right? And Begg & Co., the 154-year-old Scottish wool savants, unabashedly make the best. Their scarves are all of the things a great scarf should be: knit from rich and densely woven cashmere, which keeps things as balmy as a late June afternoon and feels suppler than a Persian kitten against your skin; enough surface area to fold and wrap in any manner you wish; available in a wider array of colors and patterns than you'd find in the Met; and, not for nothing, the exact right number and length of tassels. We're particularly fond of this color-blocked indigo muffler, which has all the versatility of navy blue in a way more striking package.

Looking to get the maximum amount of warmth from the least amount of scarf? Nanamica designed this puffer jacket for your neck to be as compact and efficient as a Japanese sedan. The specially-treated Kodenshi down traps warmth like nobody's business, and the press stud closure holds it all in place despite its minimal length.

Around this time every year, Burberry's ubiquitous checked scarf starts cropping up with a dizzying frequency on the necks of Upper East Side doyennes and downtown cool kids alike. If you dig the brand's especially cozy cashmere but prefer a slightly more toned-down alternative, consider this reversible monogram number instead. That unbeatable, goes-with-everything color palette is still very much present and accounted for, but it's reinterpreted as a solid hit of black and beige on either side for double the versatility (and twice the fun). The only indication that you're flexing an accessory from the first name in luxury outerwear? The gold logo hardware, discreetly placed on the corner edge.

Generally speaking, if you are a man going about your ordinary business, your scarf should be a plain color or a simple pattern with a combination of very few hues. Save the feather boa for your weekend club activities or grinding away on parade floats. Like a noisy, garish tie, a flashy scarf reduces your professional estimation in the eyes of others.

To give the sense that you have no ends to your scarf, you can either buy an infinity scarf, or put one end very close to your neck, then wrap until the entire thing is looped around your neck. Tuck the ends away and go.

A slightly more advanced bib that is ideal for adding a professional air to your scarf and coat ensemble, go once around your neck, then make a half knot with the two ends, letting one end drape in front and the other hang behind.

There's nothing quite like a cashmere scarf, come first chill. The dreamy soft, ultra warming material is where you find luxe and comfort during the winter season. J.Crew makes one of the best classic cashmere scarf styles in a variety of colors year after year. Invest in this.

The easiest scarf to order and wear is straight from a brand called Marino Avenue on Amazon. With a variety of colors to choose from, this ultra-soft neck warmer does the trick while looking far more expensive than it actually is.

Tech merino prioritizes comfort while supporting sustainable practices. Mack Weldon added a soft and sturdy stitch for the perfect combination of soft, stretchy, warming wool in a textured waffle-knit you'll never want to take off. It's probably our favorite, most functional scarf on this list.

Pendelton is an icon when it comes to winter blankets and accessories. And when you think about it, a scarf is really just a compact version of a blanket. Anyway, this Jacquard Wool Scarf screams winter-cabin-chic, with thermoregulating properties that will keep you warm on the coldest days. It's woven in Italy for durability and quality you can count on for seasons to come.

This scarf from Acne is probably the most fashionable on this list. It's a subtle flex from the contemporary Swedish brand that screams understated luxury. Made in Italy, this wool is softer than most, and made with a cool twisted fringe for a unique take on the seasonal classic.

We love a classic 100% wool, tartan plaid scarf. Barbour makes best sellers season after season, and this signature design with a color blocking twist feels modern, rich, and most of all, warming and soft to the skin.

This puffer scarf is made from a specific type of nylon that remains thin, soft and comfortable against the skin. It's designed with Uniqlo's iconic HEATECH fleece, which is moisture wicking, bio-warming, and insulating to ensure warmth in the harshest temps. To top it off (no pun intended), it just looks straight up cool to wear.

Barbour makes some of the best cold-weather accessories in the game. This beanie/scarf combo is a great bang for your buck, thanks to the quality of product and design. The classic navy can be worn with almost everything and on repeat because it doesn't stand out.

It's not a scarf roundup without the iconic Burberry plaid cashmere scarf. This icon of sorts will never go out of style. Sure pricey, but you're paying for the quality, timelessness and flex. It's a supremely soft style statement with the finest fringe end detail.

We love a waffle-knit shirt during the winter, which is why we love this waffle-knit scarf from Everlane. It's actually made with a felted merino wool for a not-so-bulky warming element. The extra-fine merino wool has been washed and boiled for a softer, warmer, and more durable result. Plus, it's certified by the Responsible Wool Standard to ensure proper conditions for the sheep and their land.

This the best cheap winter scarf for men on this list, with the highest reviews, thanks to Amazon. This best-selling winter accessory is made from a soft acrylic blend that will get the job done in a variety of styles to choose from.

This low profile scarf from Smartwool is a minimalist's dream. It's packed with tech features like anti-odor and moisture-wicking, thanks to the merino wool blend, and is reversible to bring two different styles in one design. The fine-gauge knit reduces bulk and adds buttery softness for layering ease and comfort.

Imagine walking into a room saying your scarf is made from Scottish lambswool. It's equal parts fancy as it is warm. Crafted in by a family-run company with a history in the Scottish textile industry that dates back to 1935, this earth-tone, tartan scarf is rich with history, luxury, and style.

This padded nylon scarf is the perfect, lightly insulated, splash-proof accessory for chilly wet days ahead. It even has a zip fastened pocket for small items and is fleece-lined for extra coziness. The easy-tie slot will make you look perfectly put together while wearing this pillow-like wrap around your neck.

Tootal was first established in England in 1799 making it one of the oldest British heritage clothing brands around today. The classic Tootal scarf has been a firm favourite with the Mod scene since the sixties. You can now buy from our complete range directly from the brand itself.

Swish Worsted is proof that you can have a soft wool yarn that is still great for scarves. It is 100% superwash wool, meaning it will still be easy to care for your scarf! Each ball is 50 grams, and contains 110 yards.

Overall, Mary Maxim is an amazing yarn. If you're okay with laying your scarf flat to dry, it is a great choice. Personally, I LOVE scarves made from alpaca yarn. I have an infinity scarf made from alpaca that I wear anytime I'm in the snow because it is just SO warm!

My go to yarn for lightweight scarves is Chroma Fingering. This yarn fades into multiple different colors for a beautiful self striping effect. It comes in 100 gram balls with 396 yards. The best part is, you'll only need 1 ball to make a pretty good sized scarf!

Sashay is the best ruffle scarf yarn that I have personally used. It creates the traditional ruffle scarf without having to do a ton of extra crochet stitches! In fact, you can work up a scarf in a matter of minutes if you know what you're doing. This yarn is acrylic, but due to the delicate ruffle material, you will need to hand wash scarves made from this.

As you might have noticed, you can expect to pay anywhere from $2-12 when purchasing yarn for a scarf. That is a big range, I know! The price largely depends on the type of yarn you are buying. Acrylic yarns are usually the cheapest, ranging from $2-6 for a skein. Whereas, natural fibers like wool and cotton can get up to a higher price tag.

Throughout this post, I've mentioned several times how many balls of yarn you'll need for a scarf when using that specific yarn. If you're wondering how many balls of yarn you need to make a single scarf, the truth is, it will depend on what scarf you're making.

That said, the amount will depend on lots of factors - for example, are you making an infinity scarf, or a cowl? Is it extra long? What weight is the yarn? All of these questions will impact the amount of yarn you need.

For this reason, I highly recommend finding a specific crochet scarf pattern before buying any yarn. Inside whatever pattern you choose, you can look at the yarn details and see how much that scarf requires. 041b061a72


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