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    Hey Gents,


    I have the J Crew Bayswater Peacoat in charcoal as my go-to coat. This year I'd like to find a new scarf for it. Where are you guys getting your scarves this year and what patterns are you hunting for?


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    Johnstons of Elgin cashmere from Sierra Trading Post:

    http://www.sierratradingpost.com/johnstons-of-elgin-cashmere-scarf-for-men-and-women~p~86213/?filterString=mens-clothing~d~15%2FJohnstons-of-Elgin~b~1360%2Fmens-accessories~d~136%2Fmens-scarves~d~397%2F&colorFamily=48


    Great quality and there's always an additional coupon code floating around too.

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      #3


      Try Ebay too...cheap ones there so you can go to town on colour options.

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        I'm partial to plaid scarves, though I haven't found any to buy. I think as a general rule it is good to have a scarf that is at least as long as you are tall.

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          #5


          @Fred: Those look pretty nice


          @ Shad0w4life: I've bought for other on ebay, you can't beat those $15 imitation cashmere.


          @Verloren: I'm partial to plaid as well. I was hunting for a decently priced solid camel and I may pick this guy up:

          http://www.frankandoak.com/201211/pa...carf-in-zenith

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            #6


            The crazy thing is the $8 cashmere ones I bought...they are damn soft and have a "made in scotland" tag sewn onto them hah.

            Just bought this one


            http://www.ebay.com/itm/130761040064...84.m1439.l2649

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              #7
              Sierra Trading Post is by far the best site for picking up tidbits like scarves and gloves. They have a really good selection of stuff, a lot of which is made in the US or England of materials like merino and cashmere. The scarf I use most often is a cashmere blend I got from STP for something like $20 last year. Pretty sure it was made in the UK, too.
              Ben

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                #8
                Originally posted by shad0w4life View Post
                The crazy thing is the $8 cashmere ones I bought...they are damn soft and have a "made in scotland" tag sewn onto them hah.

                Just bought this one


                http://www.ebay.com/itm/130761040064...84.m1439.l2649
                Holy crap. Ideas on what would work best with a camel overcoat?
                Dress for style, live for results.

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                  #9
                  you seem to suggest they are of really decent quality? can you elaborate a little on this beside its softness? thanks.


                  Originally posted by shad0w4life View Post
                  The crazy thing is the $8 cashmere ones I bought...they are damn soft and have a "made in scotland" tag sewn onto them hah.

                  Just bought this one


                  http://www.ebay.com/itm/130761040064...84.m1439.l2649

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                    #10
                    I don't have a cashmere one to compare it against, it has some fuzz that rubs off on things(not sure if that's normal or not) but I can brush it off etc.

                    I'm sure a quality one would have all the fuzzy stuff taken care of and not act like cat hair.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by tomservo View Post
                      Holy crap. Ideas on what would work best with a camel overcoat?
                      I think burgundy scarves go really well with camel overcoats.

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                        #12
                        Thanks, Verloven. Was thinking something in that direction.

                        Regarding the e-bay scarves. Let's be honest. These are not really 100% cashmere at 8 bucks shipped. One of the scarves actualy has a tag that's 80% Rammie or something similar and 20% cashmere which is more likely. Still a great deal but this is one of those "to good to be true things."
                        Dress for style, live for results.

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