It’s been “scarf season” for a while now, but we’ve officially entered the season of needing neck protection of a warmer variety (especially for everyone on the East Coast and in the Midwest right now!). Time to break out the knit scarves! Of course, there’s a wide assortment of amazing scarves out there, but we really like the knit ones, since they’re usually super soft and keep you extra cozy. With the crazy variety of colors, patterns and weights available, we searched high and low for cute and affordable options.
Check out five of our favorites below, and then let us know which one you like best in 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!
Psst: Scoop last year’s list here!
We love this classic color-block scarf, which will go with nearly anything and won’t be going out of style anytime soon. The soft sweater-knit scarf is 70 inches long and features fun fringe. It’s a great staple piece with an edge. (Old Navy, $18)
Infinity scarves were one of the fashion industry’s best inventions. The wrapped look is what we’re usually going for with scarves, so this gets us straight to the look we want. We love the thick honeycomb stitch on this sweater scarf and the neutral color that will pair with everything. (Old Navy, $18)
This medium-weight, soft knit scarf features a Southwestern striped pattern and twisted front. It’s super trendy, featuring colors that will look good with a lot of outfits. (Forever 21, $15)
Featuring a touch of angora for extra warmth, this festive Fair Isle intarsia knit scarf is soft and chunky. It has a “loop silhouette” (infinity) and (best of all) it’s machine washable! We love the pattern (which also comes in blue) for its nostalgic feel. (American Eagle, $17)
Combining the trends of fringe, infinity and open-knit stitch is this lightweight loop scarf. We love the simple yet modern styling of this tonal accessory. Available in three other colors. (Urban Outfitters, $29)
Girls, which scarf is your favorite? What does your most loved scarf look like?