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The Gucci Scarves Buying Guide
Infuse an instant dose of ultra-luxe aesthetic to any outfit with a Gucci scarf. The men’s Gucci scarf range offers the fashion house’s signature style through jacquard prints and the instantly recognisable red, green and tan colorway. Soft on the skin, the wool and silk constructions can be worn atop the lapel of your favorite blazer or wrapped around the neck when cold weather hits. Ahead, take a look at our men’s Gucci scarves buying guide, which will help you narrow down the styles that work best for you and how to keep them looking their best.
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The Most Wanted Men’s Gucci Scarves
- Gucci Fringed Web Stripe ScarfInstantly recognizable as a Gucci style, the Fringed Web Stripe Scarf offers an Italian crafted answer to drops in the temperature. The green, red and tan colorway promotes the Florence-based fashion house’s high-end aesthetic while the fringe trim seals the deal.
- Gucci GG Jacquard ScarfThe Gucci GG motif was originally designed in the 1930s, but it wasn’t until the reimagined version was released in the 1970s that it really became a key piece of the Italian brand. Clear proof that the motif continues to be a powerful symbol to this day, the GG Jacquard scarf is a best-seller around the world—take one look at it and you’ll understand why.
- Gucci Monogram Pattern and Stripe ScarfGucci’s Monogram Pattern and Stripe Scarf brings together two prints that the label’s success is built on — the bicolour stripe and the GG motif. The wool and silk-blend acts as the foundation for the two patterns finished with a frayed edge.
How To Care For Your Men’s Gucci Scarves
Should your scarf need to be washed, Gucci recommends following the care instructions for each scarf, but these tips are a good starting point:
•When fresh out of the wash, reshape whilst damp.
•Remove any pilling using a knitwear comb.
•When not in use, store your scarf in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight.
The best women’s scarf to give
An early favorite was one from Barcelona brand Paloma Wool, known for its cozy knits and pastel color palette. Lisa Bühler, founder of independent boutique Lisa Says Gah, was the first to tip us off to the fact that Paloma Wool scarves would be big this year. “We just sold out of some of them — a bit of a surprise so early in the season,” she says, and points to the brand’s thicker, chunky-gauge styles like the Gianna scarf as top sellers for the brand.
As a gift option, they also happen to fall in that sweet spot well under $100, which Garmentory co-founder Adele Tetangco and Mr. Larkin founder Casey Larkin Blond credit for how well they’re selling at both stores this year, along with their range of colors. “They’re an accessible price point, so it’s an easy buy. I love how long they are and the muted tones they come in are super wearable,” says Tetangco.
Or, a two-tone Lua style if you wanted to give something with even more character. This version is slightly cheaper, too.$69 AT GARMENTORY
Beyond Paloma Wool pastels, a clear trend emerged: black-and-white scarves. The color scheme is tremendously popular for logo-mania scarves and prints this year. They’re also giftable because they’re easy to match with dark separates and safe for people who don’t like color. Barneys New York fashion director Marina Larroudé says she’ll be gifting this “fashion-forward and on-trend” bandana-print piece from Italian brand Destin this year.$320 AT BARNEYS NEW YORK
Le Scarf No.1$102
Another tip came from fashion consultant Lisa Aiken (formerly the fashion director at Net-a-Porter), who tells us that the black-and-white silk neckerchiefs from under-the-radar French brand Le Scarf are poised to become the next cult hit: “All of the styles are simple, versatile, and have that understated Scandinavian appeal. I will be self-gifting the stripe style, wearing it tied tight on the neck in a nonchalant Celine-esque way, or tied to a bag.”$102 AT LE SCARF
Stylist Sissy Sainte-Marie nominates HK Beachwear’s versatile silk squares as the best-quality scarf to give this year — she owns them in two sizes and colors (it comes in peach and with two black-and-white Bauhaus-esque prints) and adds that they can be worn as neckerchiefs, hair accessories, and sarongs.$105 AT HK BEACHWEAR
For those on a budget seeking black-and-white options, here’s a silky square we like that’s similar to the Le Scarf neckerchiefs.$45 AT CUYANA
White + Warren Cashmere Colorblock Neckerchief$120Photo: 18-08-28 anjacihoric PM1 B6 ryankautzer W
A black-and-white scarf print in soft cashmere.$120 AT SHOPBOP
Henrik Vibskov Scarf$160 now 30% off$112
And an abstract print from Henrik Vibskov.$112 AT TOTOKAELO
Seya Silk Scarf$235 now 30% off$165
If you’re looking to give something you can layer, Tetangco likes this long, trailing silk scarf from French brand Seya. “I love how the Seya scarf is thin and long,” she says, “so you can wrap it around your neck multiple times. It’s like an elaborate neckerchief.” She adds that because it’s silk, it doesn’t look overwhelming or bulky when you wrap it multiple times.$165 AT MR. LARKIN
Something Navy Print Silk Skinny Scarf$39 now 41% off$23
If you’re on a budget, here’s a similar skinny style we like for layering.$23 AT NORDSTROM
And if you’re stumped on scarves, but just want to give something that feels luxurious and warm, InStyle market and accessories editor Sam Broekema suggests this Eileen Fisher scarf: “I love everything Eileen Fisher, she is such a considered and considerate designer. I actually have this scarf and get so many compliments on it.” It’s more of a cobalt blue, so it’s not a neutral, but it’s still a nice choice for someone who likes color.$218 AT NEIMAN MARCUS
In this warm but luxe category, Acne Studios’ scarves sell out every year and make reliably good gifts.$140 AT SSENSE
And if you want to gift a blanket-style scarf, here’s one we own that’s large enough to drape around your body and so cozy. It’s great for layering under coats when it’s cold because it goes with everything, and it falls in the same price range as the Paloma Wool.$83 AT GARMENTORY
And another oversized scarf in baby alpaca.$125 AT CUYANA
In the same category of cozy scarves, we’ve gifted this one from Design House Stockholm before (it has sold for 15 years in the MoMa Design store), and it’s always a hit. It comes in a range of colors, from black, gray, and navy, to this tan. The pleats on this make it look very much like an Issey Miyake-on-a-budget, and the fleece is so soft and non-nubby. It’s great for draping around your face in the cold.$61 AT SELFRIDGES