7 Best Ways to Scarf It Up This Winter

The scarf serves two purposes: It shows you who to avoid in Los Angeles, and it keeps you warm in New York—and other frozen locales. This winter, impress everyone you greet by wearing the sexiest neckwear possible (that isn't an Hermès silk-knit).

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Cent Pois 90 by Hermès

How fun: It's like a luxe game of Twister that you can wear. This color-blindness-test of a scarf features all the trademark Hermès luxury: Super soft fabrics, high-quality construction, and, fine art-inspired designs. ($450; hermes.com)

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Cashmere Scarf by Uniqlo

Yes, thanks to the folks at Uniqlo, you can now pick up cashmere scarves in bulk. The look is as simple as scarves get, but make no mistake: That's 100 percent cashmere. And you can pick it up for cheap. Our suggestion? Get one in black and one in navy, so you can cover all of your winter-weather sartorial bases. ($50; uniqlo.com)

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Classic Check Scarf by Burberry

Everyone knows the Burberry check; it's a siren song for fashion-minded folks the world over. But when it comes to picking up another Burberry check scarf, why go with the traditional tan? Instead, choose from one of 18 vivacious offerings. Our favorite? The plum check (pictured). ($435; burberry.com)

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Ashby Tasselled Scarf by Reiss

Reiss's simple, elegant Ashby scarf—which comes in four colors, including a caramel-smooth camel hue—is the type of run-out-the-door accessory you want in your corner: It goes with absolutely any outfit, and keeps you warm, to boot. ($95; reiss.com)

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Gingco Jacquard Scarf by Ted Baker

Inject a splash of panache into your winter wardrobe with a fun and flirty patterned scarf, like the Gingco, from Ted Baker. If the reserved gray-and-blue (pictured) color doesn't cut it for you, try the moody plum version. (It's even more fun.) ($95; tedbaker.com)

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Fringed Watercolour Scarf by Massimo Alba

Massimo Alba's fringed scarf is like a wearable piece of art. Just look at how the colors cascade out from the center. Or how that's contrasted against soft blankness. Or the fact that, since the designers crafted this scarf with extra fabric in mind, you can loop it multiple times to create different patterns. ($295; mrporter.com)

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Tie-Dyed Scarf by PS by Paul Smith

If you thought tie-dye was only for kids and hippies, think again. This reserved, tastefully tie-dyed fringed scarf from PS by Paul Smith is proof. ($125; barneys.com)

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