From classic tartan, argyle and Fair Isle knits to colour block and leopard print pieces, here’s our pick of this season’s scarves.
1. Paul Smith Reversible Multi-stripe Scarf, £65, asos.com
As you’d expect from the British designer, here’s a wool scarf that will make you stand out on a grey British day. With versatile, on-trend burgundy on one side, turn it over and you get the brand’s signature bright stripes.
2. H&M Cable-knit Scarf, £12.99, hm.com
There are a lot of oversized men’s scarves about this season. Here’s one that’s not so big you won’t know what to do with it, but big and chunky enough to make an impact. It’s a good price, too.
3. ASOS Fair isle Scarf with Lambswool, £22, asos.com
Fair Isle is a classic wintry print. If you think a jumper in the pattern is a bit much, try this good-value wool-blend scarf instead.
4. Pringle Scarf, £150, pringlescotland.com
If you prefer your scarves without tassels, then this neat, Argyle pattern Merino-cashmere blend one from the historic Scottish brand – now in its 200th year – is a fuss-free classic option that will last for years.
5. Austin Reed Lilac Purple Check Scarf, £39.90, austinreed.co.uk
Austin Reed has long been a City stalwart, and among the suits and ties, it also has some good-quality scarves. This one is made from 100 per cent wool and comes in a number of colours, including these purple hues.
6. Marks & Spencer Criss-Cross Scarf, £29.50, marksandspencer.com
This pure wool number in blue tones manages to be subtle and smart but nicely different in one warm package. It also comes in a brighter blue mix if you want something bolder.
7. Whistles Two-Tone Knit Scarf, £115, whistles.com
Whistles’ new men’s collection continues to deliver. The bright, rich royal blue on this colour-block, alpaca-mix piece will inject colour to your neutral separates. Comes in two colourways.
8. Barbour Land rover Lambswool Scarf, £39.95, barbour.com
You don’t have to be a country gent to appreciate this wool scarf in Barbour’s collaboration with Land Rover. It is 5 per cent cashmere so is softer than some wool offerings.
9. Savile Rogue Rugby Scarf, £59.95, savile-rogue.com
Love your team but don’t want to wear a scratchy, flimsy scarf to show your colours on match day? Then you’ll like Savile Rogue’s range of cashmere neckwear. It has football scarves from the Premier League to the Conference and a new rugby range for both Union and League clubs.
10. Sibling Leopard Fair Isle Wool Scarf, £195, mrporter.com
Who knew leopard-print and Fair Isle could look this good together? London design trio Sibling specialises in cool, original knits for guys looking for something out-of-the-ordinary. This eye-catching lambswool piece delivers, we reckon.
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