The 11 Best Scarf Brands to Shop This Winter

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Dressing for cold weather can often be boring and unfortunately not so flattering. The easiest way to put a fashionable spin on your Winter look is to wrap yourself up in a warm (and stylish) scarf. With so many soft and cozy styles out there, it can be overwhelming to find the right one for you.

Thankfully, we've found 11 fashion lines that produce beautiful, trendy, and most importantly warm options that are so chic, they will brighten up even the dullest outerwear. From Barbour's classic woolly plaids to Charlotte Simone's brightly colored fur options, read ahead to learn about the brands making Winter scarves that are fashionable as well as functional.

Charlotte Simone

Charlotte Simone

British-based designer Charlotte Simone launched her eponymous line in 2011 with the goal of 'reinventing the scarf'. Since then, her brightly colored furry (both real and faux) accessories have become firm favorites with influencers and celebrities alike. Make a statement in this pink and red faux fur Charlotte Simone Polly Pop ($196)

Holzweiler

Holzweiler

Holzweiler is a luxury scarf brand based in Norway, known for using high-quality materials such as wool, cashmere, and silk. Their most popular pieces put a modern spin on classic prints and silhouettes. Case in point? This multicolored, oversize Holzweiler Tableau Plaid Scarf ($165).

Moncler

Moncler

Known for their warm and durable puffer coats, Moncler has expanded their fashion range to include puffer scarves as well. The chic down accessories will add volume and dimension to any look. We personally love the pretty pastel color of this Moncler Down Scarf ($270).

Melt

Melt

Designers Emma Garcin and Jeanne Biehn founded Melt together as they both wanted to support artisan weavers and dyers while modernizing the use of ancestral techniques. Each scarf is hand-spun on a traditional wooden loom, meaning no two scarves are exactly alike. This Melt Deepak Wool Scarf ($244, originally $348) will keep you looking polished all Winter long.

Uniqlo

Uniqlo

Uniqlo is world-famous for the sleek yet affordable fashions, and their scarves are no different. Made with their signature bio-warming, insulating HEATTECH fibers, you'll stay warm on even the coldest of days. While their scarves come in a variety of colors and prints, this simple and elegant black Uniqlo Heattech Scarf ($15) will pair perfectly with everything in your wardrobe.

L.L. Bean

L.L. Bean

You can never go wrong with the classics. L.L.Bean has been making outerwear and accessories for over 100 years, so it makes sense that they are a staple in many closets. While their pieces have always been practical, this season's styles are superfashionable as well. We dare you not to love this reversible L.L. Bean Blanket Scarf ($40).

Michael Stars

Michael Stars

You probably already love Michael Stars' California cool lightweight basics. But did you know the brand also make stylish (and snuggly) scarves as well? This Michael Stars Brushed Plaid Wrap ($58) will add a soft and cozy touch to any Winter ensemble.

Rag & Bone

Rag & Bone

Rag & Bone is on every fashionista's favorite list of brands for a reason. Their designs offer quality craftsmanship and attention to detail. While their scarves can be on the pricier side, they are so well-made they are sure to last for years to come. The Rag & Bone Devin Scarf ($250) in particular is definitely worth the investment.

Hat Attack

Hat Attack

Hat Attack may be best known for their headwear, but you should definitely not sleep on their line of scarves. They make everything from warm and fuzzy snoods to lighter options with pom-pom embellishments, but we cant wait to get our hands on this Hat Attack Cabin Scarf ($74).

Donni Charm

Donni Charm

Donni Charm is a stylish brand of scarves that will make you feel good about wearing them. Alyssa Wasko started the brand as a way of honoring her late father, Donald. Each scarf is adorned with an angel wing charm a sweet nod to her father always calling her 'his lucky charm'. Look cool and keep cozy in this Donni Charm Duet Stripe Scarf ($144).

Barbour

Barbour

Storied British brand Barbour is known for their classically chic yet functional fashions. Their technically advanced scarves are incredibly warm and soft to the touch, making them the perfect cold-weather accessory. Shop their traditional plaid and Fair Isle printed options, or try this fashion-forward Barbour Westwray Scarf ($59).