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Where shall I look for good quality scarves?

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Dancergirl Wed 13-Apr-16 09:16:11

I really like scarves and have quite a few from places like White Stuff, Fat Face etc. Mostly viscose.

I see women who look really put together wearing lovely quality (silk?) scarves, suddenly my viscose ones look a bit tatty hmm

Where can I look? And what's the best way to tie them?

TreadSoftlyOnMyDreams Wed 13-Apr-16 09:24:45

Jaeger have nice scarves and frequent sales grin

I got lovely scarves from Seasalt. Not silk but a very light fine wool so like viscose but lovely and warm.

HeathrowExpress Wed 13-Apr-16 09:51:30

TKMaxx have really nice silk scarves. Often they have some treasures from Moschino.

sleepwhenidie Wed 13-Apr-16 09:53:05

Check out the Outnet and subscribe to sites such as Question Air, shopatanna, Trilogy, Donna Ida and jump when sales start wink

sleepwhenidie Wed 13-Apr-16 09:53:38

And look for YouTube tutorials for how to tie.

Quickchangeup Wed 13-Apr-16 09:55:34

Becksondergaard do some lovely scarves. I buy them for my sister and she's always pleased. Tk maxx and asos often have them reasonably priced.

taxworries Wed 13-Apr-16 10:00:22

I have a beautiful indigo and white silk scarf from Anthropologie. I've also seen some really beautiful ones on Etsy.

taxworries Wed 13-Apr-16 10:03:37


mrslebon Wed 13-Apr-16 13:47:11

Jigsaw have lovely scarves, esp the pom pom trimmed ones.

MrsFriskers Wed 13-Apr-16 13:58:38

Liberty - can be eyewatering expensive, so I like to rifle charity shops and eBay.

JanTheJam Wed 13-Apr-16 17:43:51

Lily and Lionel are the bees balls. I love all of mine and they have lasted YEARS. Exellent sample sales too.

Dancergirl Wed 13-Apr-16 17:49:12

Thanks all will have a look.

A lot of the colours around at the moment seem quite muted and dull. I have fair skin and dark hair and I think I suit stronger colours.

MrsSchadenfreude Wed 13-Apr-16 17:59:49

Hermes, but spendy. Vintage Liberty. Moschino. Alexander McQueen. The colours on Hermes scarves are amazing.

polyhymnia Wed 13-Apr-16 18:08:58

Another vote here for Lily and Lionel and one for Beck Sondergaard. Have also got good scarves from Comptoir des Cotonniers, Whistles, LKB, and Hobbs

PerspicaciaTick Wed 13-Apr-16 18:11:45

- there is a large range of designers at Liberty's

ZaraW Thu 14-Apr-16 01:55:06

I have some beautiful scarves from A Peace Treaty their sales are very good.

101handbags Thu 14-Apr-16 12:26:56

I'm a scarf addict - I second so many replies here - Becksondergaard, Whistles, Hobbs, Lily & Lionel, TK Maxx. The only one I can think off to add is Mercy Delta.

JC23 Thu 14-Apr-16 12:31:14

Lily & Lionel

BreadstickBev Thu 14-Apr-16 14:44:27

Sara O'Neil does gorgeous silk scarves

A1Sharon Thu 14-Apr-16 17:57:35

I'm tall and find scarves are often too short, are any of these recommended scarves longer in length? Ta.

Dancergirl Thu 14-Apr-16 20:17:54

101 are the Mercy Delta ones silk, it doesn't say...?

chatsworth25 Thu 14-Apr-16 20:27:31

Try antiques fairs or vintage fairs and look for fairs on antiques atlas website

or try ebay advice
or the scarf room website
or maybe ask older friends and relatives -they may have some they are not wearing or be happy to talk

Dancergirl Fri 15-Apr-16 11:04:13

Thanks, some really lovely suggestions but the prices!! shock

The Scarf Room seem more reasonable, what is their quality like chatsworth?

I prefer rectangular to square ideally....

101handbags Fri 15-Apr-16 11:17:51

Hi - some are silk & some are wool/silk blend, it gives the details on each scarf individually. Re: the prices, I have plenty of cheap scarves too or buy a lot from TK Maxx, I've had Becksondergaard £79 scarves there for less than £20.

Dancergirl Fri 15-Apr-16 11:18:45

I don't mind paying £70/80 but not into triple figures!!

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