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Wh o does great, warm,stylish yet classic scarves

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moondog Fri 04-Sep-09 17:32:21

Have a cracker from Boden a few years ago-good quality, very wide and long, lots of tiny stripes.
Am thinking summat similar. Nothing faddish or acrylic though.

have looked.
Nowt doing so far.

wonderingwondering Fri 04-Sep-09 17:33:33

A silk scarf? Very warm. I have a Pucci one which was a bit of a treat but has lasted for years and still looks good.

moondog Fri 04-Sep-09 17:34:38

silk Pucci?

Sort of Queen at races style??


ilovemydogandmrobama Fri 04-Sep-09 17:35:16

Brora. Bite the bullet

moondog Fri 04-Sep-09 17:35:39

Orf to look

wonderingwondering Fri 04-Sep-09 17:35:54

Nooo - is very funky. I think anyway. Looks good with jeans etc. I shall try to do a link. Back in a mo.

tulpe Fri 04-Sep-09 17:36:13

Have you tried Toast?

Or I suppose if you want the Mutts Nuts of scarves it has to be Hermes

Earlybird Fri 04-Sep-09 17:36:50

I'd look at Burberry (but not their 'signature' plaid please!) and Liberty.

wonderingwondering Fri 04-Sep-09 17:39:00

Does this work?

They are very lovely in the flesh, go with big winter coats, as well as cardies and just as a scarf over a top.

moondog Fri 04-Sep-09 17:39:07

Some nice things there, yer indeedy.

I like them looong though.

wonderingwondering Fri 04-Sep-09 17:39:58

My first link has led to a big empty space in my post, sorry.

moondog Fri 04-Sep-09 17:40:27

Pucci v nice.
Only one scarf there though.

wonderingwondering Fri 04-Sep-09 17:42:13

Yes, usually there's three or four colours/styles - the one I linked to has three different colours. I got mine at House of Fraser, not sure they do them on mail order though. I think net-a-porter have them too.

moondog Fri 04-Sep-09 19:00:03

Will have a look there too. Tahnks

Mimi1977 Fri 04-Sep-09 19:04:46 (or dot com) do lovely scarves in different sizes and a great selection of colours - I've got a few and the larger sizes are so warm.

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