You can get scarves in a huge price range, from budget options on the street to fancy options for lots of money. I’ve been in a phase of buying more scarves lately, and I must say: when in doubt, go for quality, particularly if you’re looking for warmth, drape, or softness to any degree. Scarves are a great lightweight layer of warmth that are super packable and versatile — wear them around your shoulders! around your neck with another jacket! across your lap if your legs are freezing while sitting! They come in handy when you’re traveling (I recently went on vacation and forgot a wrap and sorely regretted it), or when you’ve got a “let’s get dressed up” occasion that you’ve planned your outfit months in advance because, HEY, June is warm, right — and then find that it’s unseasonably cold and you have no idea what to wear. (Or, my favorite, where it’s crazy humid during the day but then freezing and breezy at night.) I have an older version of this Halogen cashmere scarf, and it’s super soft, easy to fold and pack, and has held up well through the years — I highly recommend. They’re typically $150, but this lavender color comes down to $75. Lightweight Cashmere Scarf
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