It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of a scarf.
Given my commitment to scarf-wearing I often end up giving scarves as gifts and by often I mean mostly to my sister and mostly scarves that I also want to buy for myself (and sometimes do buy matching ones, because who doesn’t like to have a matching sister?).
Anyway I’ve found a great scarf for my sister… no wait for me… no wait I mean for YOU TO GIVE TO SOMEONE or maybe buy for yourself. It’s lovely and will suit absolutely everyone and go with just about everything.
(This is not an ad I just Really Like Scarves!)
Here it is, the Hush Lola scarf (also available via John Lewis)
I like the whole ensemble Hush, I really do.
And then I went off on a bit of a scarf tangent and I’m going to say it: if you like a cosy neck (I do) then you should consider a fleece snood as a layer for underneath your nice scarf…
This one is £12.99 from John Lewis (image is linked) but they sell similar everywhere. NOT A GIFT. For any clueless husbands that stumble across this page.
Having said that, this cashmere version would do the same job with more focus on form than function – from Jigsaw:
In orange too if you can pull this kind of colour off (I cant)
This was an unexpected snood diversion. And in other news, in my scarf hunt I stumbled across a number of quilted scarves which on first take I was a little bit horrified about – but am now considering the potential warmth and joy they might bring.
Can we – in any way – find this acceptable? I will hazard a guess that we can’t, but… cosy.
This one is Zara (49.90CAD – linked above) but they are being sold everywhere.
Sorry. Let’s pretend that didn’t happen. Take yourself back to Hush and consider a leopard cashmere number – ticking all the boxes for warmth and not involving a sleeping bag around your neck:
She certainly looks pretty happy about it.
The White Company also do a predictably nice range. I quite like this classic check:
Okay. Scarf hunt complete, I’m off to put all my Christmas gifts in a pile and panic quietly. How’s the Christmas prep going in your house?