The final instalment of the accessories section of our Great Autumn/Winter Coat Hunt is scarves, of which there are many. Request to scarf manufacturers – please make designs as interesting as this for grown-ups. Thank you! Our next Coat Hunt features snow boots – do check out our previous posts: pramsuits, snowsuits, coats, coats for mamas, wellies, hats and gloves and mittens.
Picaloulou wool squirrel scarf, Â£26, The Little Legs Company. Make your little cutie even cuter with a super-soft woodland animal.
Acrylic cable knit scarf, Â£9.95, Gap. Neon brights cut through dull winter days.
Zadig & Voltaire wool skull scarf,Â â‚¬55.18, Smallable. A modern twist on traditional Fair Isle.
Merino wool scarf, Â£42, Hokolo. A fruity little number.
Cashmere-mix scarf, Â£35, J Crew. Great way to get your message across.
Cotton sausage dog scarf, Â£15, Piccalilly. Lovely organic canine companion.
Striped acrylic scarf, Â£10, John Lewis. Classic chic from JL.
Acrylic pom pom scarf, Â£9.99, Zara. Who doesn’t love a pom pom?
Ann Moore woolÂ bunting scarf, Â£29, Not on the High Street.Â Bright bunting design on neutral background.
Polyester skull scarf, Â£9.99, Mango. Simple for children to put on themselves.
Maan merino wool scarf, Â£53, Elias & Grace. Loving this eye-poppingly bright blue.
Sara Carr lambswool tulip scarf, Â£27.04, Etsy. Sara Carr’s quirky designs are sure to create a stir in the playground.
Molo wool-mix scarf, Â£29.95, Little Sunflowers. You can’t beat Molo’s contemporary take on ski style.
Kickle cotton knit scarf, Â£25, Alexandalexa. Colour blocking is still a big trend.
Wilde and Woolley cashmerino dragon scarf, Â£30, Etsy. Handmade dragon that doubles as a puppet.