This Winter Accessory Is #1 for Fashion People—Shop the 29 That Are Very Chic


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There are two important investments for winter dressing: outerwear and accessories. Not only are these rewearable and the only outfit pieces visible in cold temperatures but they are essential to keeping you warm. Fashion people always have an accessory or two that is hot for the winter season—whether it be fuzzy bucket hats, puffer snow boots, or in this case, oversize blanket scarves. Think Lenny Kravitz's viral giant scarf from 2012.

My feed has been inundated by my favorite fashion people with thick knit scarves chicly tossed over their shoulders. In most cases I've seen, the bigger the better, and brands are living up to the challenge. Luckily, this piece doesn't have to break your budget, although it is definitely worth a buy. And regardless of the price, it is guaranteed to make you look expensive, ask effortless icon Katie Holmes. 

Shop below for the coolest, yet the warmest, chunky scarves on the market. Anyways, who doesn't want to wear a glorified blanket that is also fashion-forward, sophisticated, and undoubtedly cozy?

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Freelance Fashion and Accessories Editor

Copelyn is a freelance fashion and accessory editor. She formerly worked for Who What Wear as an associate shopping editor and is based in New York City. She writes about fashion and accessory trends in addition to creating original content. Before her time at Who What Wear, Copelyn was at Bustle Digital Group, working on the accessory market for cover shoots and fashion features across Nylon, The Zoe Report, Bustle, Romper, and Elite Daily. Copelyn also previously worked at InStyle and Cosmopolitan in the fashion and accessory departments on shopping and fashion market. Copelyn has a journalism degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In her spare time, Copelyn freelances in graphic and web design in the fashion-and-lifestyle space. She also loves to upcycle clothing and home décor as well as collect an embarrassing number of colorful sneakers and experiment with her hair color.