They’ll come in droves. In silks, cottons, cashmeres, all the way up to industrial-strength wools. And it’s a confusing time because, like, which do you wear at what temperature? When does a scarf turn from practical to feeling like you’re being choked by a Brillo pad? Why do snoods exist?
Because we’re concerned about these things, we’ve ranked your best options by degrees Fahrenheit...
Now, don’t go overboard. There’s enough pattern here to carry your outfit. Wear your favorite jeans, a black blazer and a white tee, and you’re set.
At this temperature, keep the chunkiness in your sweaters and jackets. Let your scarves be light and easy. And polka-dot-y.
Ovadia & Sons
We’re not necessarily endorsing tassels, but sometimes it’s the price you have to pay for a standout and extremely comfortable scarf.
Begg & Co
Made of lambswool and cashmere. This is the kind of thing you want wrapped around your face when the breeze is blowing.
Bickley + Mitchell
Say what you want about the silliness of the word “snood.” Because a snood by any other name does a phenomenal job of keeping you warm at this temperature.
When it’s so cold, you’re like, “Fuck it. I’ll just wear the whole blanket.”