The 25 best women's scarves to wrap up in winter 2022

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Out of all the fashion accessories known to man (or, for the purpose of this edit, woman), nothing beats a cozy, chic and cushiony-soft scarf. Scarf For Winter Coat

Whether you’re looking to spruce up your cold-weather fashion game or in need of an affordable gift, we carved out the research, made our list and produced a wintertime edit of the 25 best women’s scarves of 2022.

All of the below scarves deserve your full attention, but we adore selections from Amazon, Nordstrom and Echo New York, especially.

Though you really only need one quality one in your wardrobe, you’ll want to buy them all.

So, scroll through all things cashmere, patterned and fringe-detailed. With a stellar trench coat or puffer, you’re golden.

Simple and winter-esque, the Wander Agio Lattice Lace Scarf is just $15 and has an impeccable three-tone design. With fringe detail, it’s the wintertime scarf you’ll want to pick up on a budget.

Stay warm with the Furtalk Pashmina Scarf, a lovely option to match an all-black coat. For less than $25, you’ll adore its classic design.

Who doesn’t love a classic blanket scarf? The Dimore Plaid Blanket Scarf is, essentially, your Pinterest board come to live. We love its oversized make, too.

Spruce up your drab coat with the Kurt Geiger London Rainbow Fringe Scarf. Available at Nordstrom, its warm coating, coupled with its twisted fringe detailing, is fulfilling our cotton-candy dreams.

A personal favorite, the Echo New York Plush Boucle Scarf feels like pure cashmere. We wear it all the time (as it helps us brace the cold in NYC) and it makes a lovely and thoughtful gift for anyone on your holiday shopping list.

Bundle up in the Anthropologie Double-Sided Plaid Scarf. Just over $50, we’re swooned by its multi-printed, thick charm that’s bound to keep you warm, wherever you’re off to this winter.

This scarf edit would be incomplete without a mention of Burberry. Its classic Lightweight Giant Check Wool & Silk Scarf is great year-round, is less than $450 and can even be tied around a handbag for some designer charm.

We can’t believe this snowflake and sugar-esque scarf is just $11, either. Available at JCPenney, the Liz Claiborne Colorblock Scarf makes a great add-to-cart purchase (oh, and you won’t be able to buy just one for the chilly season).

The Cuddl Duds Color Block Chenille Infinity Scarf is that signature $25, everyone-will-like-it gift for the holidays. Infinity scarfs, specifically, are so simple to just slip on, and we love this mulled wine and light pink combo.

As a top-seller at Free People, the Ripple Recycled Blend Blanket Scarf is a sustainably made, thick (and we mean thick) option to get your hands on this season. It’s just as cozy as a blanket, but has that take-with-you nature you won’t want to abandon.

The Petal & Pup Koa Scarf adds so much charm to your outfit (and, is another one of our personal faves). It’s white base doesn’t get too dirty, and we adore the horizontal two-tone black and brown stripes. Plus, it has that classic, oversized charm that makes an outfit.

If there was an award for most festive cozy scarf, it would go to the Charter Club Chenille Square-Plaid Scarf. For 50% off right now, it looks great with black jeans and your finest pom-pom hat for the winter months.

Splurge on the Eileen Fisher Cashmere-Blend Bouclé Scarf. If you just want one elevated scarf in your collection that’s your signature go-to, this luxury find is hard to pass up. Oh, and it’ll surely keep you the warmest, thanks to its cashmere make.

Yes, this adorable, oversized and ultra-warm three-toned scarf is less than $20 at Target. We already have it in our shopping carts and it’s that no-frills, affordable option that’s still super cute and will keep you nice and cozy.

Abercrombie is the Queen of the Classic Finds, and its Chunky Fringe Scarf is no exception. Namely, it reminds us of hot chocolate and a warm fireplace with its moody colors, beautiful knit texture and wraparound charm.

We were recently gifted the Acne Studios Canada Narrow Fringed Wool Scarf. Though it’s a splurge, it’s a classy option that keeps it’s straight shape when worn with your best coat (as opposed to the tousled, wraparound style). We love everything about it, from its warm detailing to its fringed bottom.

Meet the girliest winter wonderland style — in scarf form. We adore & Other Stories’ Fuzzy Wool Scarf. Though a splurge for more than $100, how can you pass up these gorgeous and warm wintertime pastels?

For a limited time, the Aerie Striped Scarf is only $12. We recommend picking this one up ASAP, either to be used as one of your stocking stuffers or a stylish treat-yourself gift that’s ultra-affordable.

What’s great about the Bershka Oversized Chunky Scarf is its unisex color palette (oh, and affordable price point). While still all cozy and warm, it has a slightly more lightweight design which will feel lovely to wear in the freezing cold.

With a feminine edge and timeless ribbed-knit design, the ba&sh Bahia Scarf is a force to be reckoned with. It makes a wonderful luxury splurge for the woman you know and once it’s worn, you’ll finally have the only scarf you’ll ever turn to.

It’s the finest of materials in one of the finest scarves. The Vince Oversized Knit Cashmere Scarf is a knit and cashmere blend that has a warm design without being too overbearing underneath your coat. Impressively, it’s a more affordable alternative to Burberry, if you’re seeking a designer find.

As a Revolve best-seller, the Rag & Bone Addison Recycled Wool Scarf is a consistent hit that’s oh-so-cute and sits elegantly on the neck. It’s one of the most oversized, tousled and classic options on this list — and for that, we love it.

For just $7, we don’t have to sell you on the Cotton On Millie Mid Weight Scarf. It’s the perfect neck accessory to help brace the cold and makes the perfect holiday gift for all your besties.

Buy a scarf from Reese Witherspoon’s brand (we’re not all surprised she went for this all-pink, Elle Woods-inspired scarf, either). The Draper James Fairisle Scarf has a hint of holiday magic with its quilt-like, winter-berry design. For less than $75, it’s a fairly priced staple.

When Everlane’s signature Alpaca Patterned Scarf is less than $100, we run. Its bold blue hue is everything we’ve ever dreamed up, allowing your finest winter coat to pop to life in the best way possible. It’s super warm and classic, too.

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