Jigsaw Ottoman Jumper (old but similar here)
Zara customised jeans (old)
H&M Scarf (available here)
Opening Ceremony Shoes (old)
I didn't intend to write a blog post about the scarf but I had a couple of comments on it on Instagram which set me off thinking that maybe I should. A couple of ladies commented that they couldn't wear wool as it was too itchy for them. There is that problem for some people just as there is the problem for some people who will only wear wool as they don't like the feel of synthetic fabrics. Me - I can do both #bestofbothworlds
I spotted this particular scarf when I was trawling through the Premium Quality section online on the H&M site. It's generally my first port of call when I'm bored with the "New In" bits and if you look carefully, you can pick up some nice bits from here. I have a black cashmere jumper (available here) in a just right side of slouchy not sloppy fit from here for £50. I will be wearing this a lot this winter - I just know it. And I hear the big cashmere scarves are a bit of a winner from people who have bought them like Belinda when she covered them off on Allwornout recently. For £35. Similar offerings in Zara would be pushing double that price.
Anyway, my scarf is this petrol hued one :
Which also comes in a lovely pale grey (great dupe for the Acne Canada scarf here but maybe not as soft).
The scarves are 100% wool and comes in a whopping size of 70cm x 200cm. That's a lot of wool scarfage for £30. But for those who can't do wool - I spotted this modal number from Jigsaw in a similar hue and size and some might prefer this for the tassels :
And Oasis have put in their offering of a textured weave scarf in green. This is 100% acrylic but the weave and fabric looks like it was born for doing a bit of fancy scarf tying.
Or if you can handle the wool, you could wait till midnight tonight and see if you can get your hands on this lambswool number from the New Lemaire with Uniqlo collaboration :
A cropped jumper which doubles up as a big scarf. Genius.