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Switching between seasons is super difficult; one day it’s so balmy you can wear shorts, then the next morning you can find yourself clad in long trousers, wishing you had worn a wool jacket. Well, the answer to that precise problem still eludes me, but I’ve come a bit closer to finding a solution for day/night transition.

We’re not quite at the point where we can run about in our party dresses for a night out on the town without a jacket, but yesterday, for example, I was out all day and went straight to dinner and my evening plans. I was a bit overwarm during the day in skinny jeans and a cashmere wrap sweater and by evening I was chilly. Except … I brought a scarf.

Not only are they oh-so-fashionable, but keeping your neck warm does wonders for the rest of your body’s temperature. I have about a dozen that I picked up while I was in India shot through with metallic thread, and they go with everything. Below find a list of scarves for a variety of outfits at a variety of price points!


American Apparel Sheer Jersey scarf, $15

Martin & Osa Multi-Stripe cotton scarf, $48

Leigh & Luca NY Sixties Scarf, $188


DVF Accessories Bora Bora scarf, $210


Free People Tie-Dye scarf, $28

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