Here’s a revise to that tube scarf we were kicking around previously. Instead of floppy rolls, this Nor’easter scarf gives you a single circle of thick knit wool that’s too stiff to flop over. The result is something like a floating turtleneck. It won’t plug up the gap between your lapels, but if you’re looking to keep the back of your neck warm in the strangest way possible, this is your play.
This one’s from the layering experts at Wings + Horns, offering a modern twist on the most traddish outerwear piece there is. It’s a clever update, but mostly, there’s just a lot less dangling fabric to deal with. That means it’s not quite as handy for winterizing your tweed blazer—but if you’re looking for something to top off a winter coat, it’s hard to do better.