Endless Choices Of Women's Winter Scarves

Winter Scarves

So you've chosen the perfect winter coat. So how do you give it a different look each day? Simple, winter scarves! By using winter scarves you can give your winter coat an updated look. Winter scarves will not only keep you warm, they'll keep you fashionable!

Since we have to wear winter coats we may as well enjoy it. Pull your look together using a winter scarf that matches your pants, or skirt (if it shows under your coat). Of course you should always coordinate winter scarves with winter hats and gloves. No, they don't all need to be knitted, or of the exact same fabric, put they need to coordinate together.

Luckily winter scarves have come a long way since Grandma crocheted them. Some of the most popular winter scarves come from designers like Hermes and Burberry. You won't find the same colors and patterns in the Hermes winter scarves that you do in their classic silk scarves.

One of the most popular of all scarves is definitely the pashmina. Nothing can dress up a black winter coat like a pop of brilliant red from a pashmina scarf. How about a luxury cashmere scarf for winter. Imagine how wonderful it will feel wrapped around your neck. A winter scarf of pashmina or cashmere will wrap you in softness, unlike some woolen winter scarves, which can be scratchy and irritate the skin.

We loved the winter scarves offered at winterscarf.com. They offer a warm, fleece lined combination scarf/neck warmer with velcro closure that fits snuggly and comfortably under winter coats. Another wonderful variation of the winter scarf is offered by The Vermont Country Store. It's called a Hood Scarf, and is as it's name implies hood with long ends for double wrapping to keep you nice and warm.

One of the best places to look for women's scarves is stores like Marshall's, Kohl's, and TJ Maxx. These stores always have an ever changing inventory and you are certain to be able to find fashionable winter scarves.

Catalog companies like Lands End have a selection of winter scarves of merino wool and cashmere.

We've recently seen the "Moa Boa" scarf. These warm, thick cozy scarves are made out of 100% polyester, and you can get matching hats and gloves. These very versatile winter scarves are offered in over one hundred colors from magicscarf.com

If you do a simple online search for handmade scarves you're going to find dozens of different offerings. You'll find scarves offered in any different color or style of yarn you can imagine. You can also have winter scarves custom made.

Go ahead and add some flair to your winter outerwear by adding colorful and fashionable winter scarves!