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How To Choose Your Winter Scarf

The weather has taken a decidedly chilly turn now and there can no longer be any denying that winter is well and truly here. It is December, after all!

There’s certainly no time like the present to start bundling up and wearing a scarf is an absolute must at the moment, helping to ward off the chill and keep all those nasty little bugs and germs at bay.

What’s great about scarves is that they come in all sorts of shapes, sizes and styles so there’s definitely something for everyone out there, no matter what your personal preferences are.

But all this choice can make finding the perfect winter scarf really rather challenging and before you know it, you’ll have made it all the way to spring without picking one out at all.

When it comes to choosing the ideal scarf for this time of year, consider your favourite fabrics first and foremost. You want something that won’t irritate your skin and which you’re happy to have in close proximity to your face, while providing you with all the warmth and comfort you need to stay snug.

Top fabrics include wool and cashmere, both of which are great because they’re thick and luxurious, providing plenty of protection from the wind, rain and snow. However, layering any kind of material around your neck will help you stay warm during the winter, so experiment and see what you like the most.

Length is also a factor to consider. Longer scarves are perfect for those who love wrapping their scarves around several times, while infinity scarves are great for those in need of serious wind protection, as well as those who like something that’s quick and easy to take off.

So just do some investigating into the different options available to you to see what your particular style preferences are where scarves are concerned. And make sure you check out the Butterfly Whisper online shop for different types of winter scarves.

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