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    Top 5 Knit Scarves to Keep You Covered and Cozy

    Unless you live someplace like Hawaii where it’s sunny all year long (lucky you!), chances are it’s at least a little chilly where you are. The perfect thing to keep you warm (besides a jacket, hat and gloves, of course!) is a super comfy and cute knit scarf. Of course, there are a wide variety of amazing scarves out there, but we really like the knit ones, since they are usually super soft and really keep you extra cozy.

    Check out five of our favorites below, and then let us know which you like best in our poll and the comments below! Not a fan of any? No offense taken! Give us a link to something you prefer. We love to see what fashion you’re currently crushing on!

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    This super soft and feminine scarf (faux fur pom poms!) from American Eagle ($20) will go with everything in your closet!

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    If you’re the sporty type, you might get a kick out of this rugby inspired scarf from Forever 21 ($6).

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    This BDG scarf from Urban Outfitters ($24) comes in five different colors and is long enough to wrap several times around your neck. Great for snow days!

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    If you like a knit scarf that’s a little less, well, knitted, you might enjoy a walk on the wild side with this animal print scarf from Old Navy ($16).

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    If a knit scarf for you means actually handknit or crocheted, Etsy has you covered. WAY covered. You can hit up their homepage, type “knit scarf” in the search bar and get lost for hours and pages and pages. One of our favorites, pictured above, is by a shop called Etched in Time LLC ($25).

    Which type of scarf is your favorite?

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    10 COMMENTS

    1. After living in Germany for three year, I’ve become extremely disenchanted with the way Americans dress. PI, you’ve given me back some hope in American style sense, and a little more confidence in wearing my Euro wardrobe in American society. Thank you.

    2. I loved the last one! It was so funky, and crazy. I crochet, and my friend who taught me gave me a crochet scarf, but it’s more of a fashion statement scarf than a keep warm scarf, if you know what I mean. I still love it though!

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