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Can anyone suggest a beautiful scarf please?

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BorisJohnsonsHair Sat 21-Jan-17 19:20:12

I love big/long scarves and wear them most days. However, most of mine come from market stalls/primark etc, so they don't last.

I have £50 (gift) to spend and thought I would like to get a naice scarf. Grey would probably be the best colour for maximum wearableness (I know that's not a word).

Could anyone suggest anything please? Or even tell me the best shops to look in. Thanks.

classicus Sat 21-Jan-17 19:22:13

Joules do naice ones! I have their silver birdberry or whatever it's called and I love it. Do you want it for warmth or style? They're a bit thin but large.

carrotcakecupcake Sat 21-Jan-17 19:46:34

Not a specific scarf, but I love the ones by the brand becksondergaard. Loads of different styles and fabrics, and a great range of unique prints.

Kiwi32 Sat 21-Jan-17 19:50:10

Have a look at www.collingwoodnorrisdesign.com. I've been lusting after the 'mist' scarf for ages

margaritasbythesea Sat 21-Jan-17 19:55:31

I want this one. 25% off today!

BarchesterFlowers Sat 21-Jan-17 20:08:09

I bought a couple of lovely scarves in the East sale, it is still on, they have got a few styles left.

MissFoodie Sat 21-Jan-17 20:48:29

Becks Sondergaard

catinbooots Sat 21-Jan-17 20:51:07

Wearableness is a brilliant new word BTW.

PidgeyfinderGeneral Sat 21-Jan-17 20:57:49

Lily and Lionel scarves are gorgeous but pricey.

lilyandlionel.com/

AlfaMummy Sat 21-Jan-17 20:58:44

Joules and you'd get a couple from your budget. Also Ted Baker do beautiful silk scarves and are worth considering. HTH.

BorisJohnsonsHair Sat 21-Jan-17 20:58:54

Thanks all - off to check out all those suggestions

SquitMcJit Sat 21-Jan-17 20:59:54

Seasalt

ChishandFips33 Sat 21-Jan-17 22:31:18

I like this
Becksondergaard

Tkmaxx often have this brand

Cheesymonster Sun 22-Jan-17 07:46:35

There are lots of nice cashmere scarves on the TK Maxx website at the moment.

krishnaashyam Thu 26-Oct-17 15:47:45

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