3 Local Scarves to Rock this Winter

Crisp fall air will soon be whisked away by winter’s brisker temperatures. Stay warm while effortlessly transitioning your wardrobe with a cozy, fashion-forward scarf. Skip big name department stores in favor of Long Island boutiques, which are stocking unique, luxury scarves that will have everyone asking: “Where did you get that?”

LIDO, Greenport

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Part luxury, part bohemian, Lido has become a go-to place for resort wear, home goods and accessories. The lifestyle brand conceptualized by world traveler and music producer Heidi Kelso embodies high-end fashion. That’s why it’s no surprise that the store’s Shibori cashmere scarf is flying off the shelves. Hand-dyed, each is a one-of-a-kind piece that can be worn as a wrap or shawl, making it the perfect cozy statement piece to keep you warm and stylish all season long. Go

SHAG New York, Roslyn

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The jet setting owners of SHAG New York frequent travels to fashion hubs like Manhattan, Miami and Los Angeles ensure their shelves are stocked with the latest trends. Case in point: this vibrant scarf by Jocelyn Furs. Also known as the #FurGirl, the designer brand has been a favorite of SHAG’s for more than a decade. This season, owners Ann Corn and Randi Butwin chose the designer’s most luxurious fox and rabbit fur knit scarves/wraps. Fun, playful and classy all wrapped into one, the piece will add a pop to your winter wardrobe.  Go

Lavender Fields, Port Jefferson

leopardfureternityscarfWarm up with this winter’s hottest trend: touchable materials. We’re talking cozy fabrics like crushed velvet and furs. This faux fur scarf on sale at Lavender Fields, a seaside shop specializing in luxury home goods and apparel, marries the trend with a glamorous panache. Draping the super-soft eternity scarf around your neck will add the right amount of edge to your wardrobe while safe guarding you from the cold. Go

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