21 scarves, hats and balaclavas — Brit + Co

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While accessories like cute socks and jewelry come and go trend cycles, classic picks like scarves and hats (and balaclavas) are a must when temperatures drop. There are so many different types of knits, colors and patterns that there is something for every style. And even if it’s not particularly cold where you live in winter, they’ll make a cute addition to your wardrobe! Read on for 21 of our favorites.


Wool balaclava ($45)

This handcrafted pick is colorful and can be personalized for yourself or as a gift. Plus, it can be washed without worrying about color fading!

Shimmering knit hat

Shimmering knit hat ($48)

Shine all winter long with a metallic thread beanie. This is a great choice for anyone who loves this year’s Pantone color of the year or is already dreaming of spring-like pastels.

Fairisle scarf

Fairisle scarf ($130)

Fairisle is a classic winter print, and the multiple colors of this scarf will tie your entire outfit together. Alpaca wool makes it extra warm.

Color block bobble hat

Color block bobble hat ($38)

This lemony cap is the perfect way to add a dose of summer cheer to your cold-weather fits.

Braided scarf with fringes

Braided scarf with fringes ($60)

We love that this scarf is thick enough to wrap around your head and cover your nose, and the fringes add just the right amount of fun.

Striped Balaclava

Striped Balaclava ($12)

Balaclavas are great because they keep your head, nose, and neck warm at the same time. Fun colors make this an extra eye-catching accessory.

Beanie with cable pompom

Beanie with cable pompom ($15)

Understated and simple, this is a great choice for those looking for subtle cold-weather clothing. The cable knit is classy enough to go with anything!

Fluffy color block scarf

Fluffy color block scarf ($74)

Fuzzy scarves are all the rage right now, which is great because the fur keeps you extra warm and adds texture to your look.

Crochet square bobble hat

Crochet square bobble hat ($12)

The pull-on nature of the hat makes it easy to wear, and the crochet design is extra cute and cozy. It reminds us of the quilts at Grandma’s house.

hood scarf

hood scarf ($60)

This two-in-one choice is great for people who aren’t too sure about balaclavas because they keep your head and neck warm without looking outside too much.

Blue Balaclava

Blue Balaclava ($145)

This guitar pick is made from 100% cotton and the light hue is perfect for getting you through those dark winter days.

Striped scarf with fringes

Striped scarf with fringes ($60)

You know we love color here at Brit + Co so this scarf is now on our wish list.

Striped pilling knit scarf

Striped pilling knit scarf ($35)

We can’t stand itchy scarves. It’s a good thing that the pilly knit material of this piece gives it a cuddly soft finish!

Patched checkered blanket scarf

Patched checkered blanket scarf ($49)

Blanket scarves are a great choice for winter as they can double as both a shawl and a blanket. Think of it as autumn personified.

Pink bubble scarf balaclava

Pink bubble scarf balaclava ($295)

We love the classic, old-school look of this tied headpiece as much as the knitted graphic pattern and ribbed hem.

u200bChloe Tall ribbed beanie

Chloe high ribbed beanie ($15)

This super simple and slightly lighter beanie is great for days when it’s not freezing but is still chilly.

Laura Dalgaard landscape knit hood

Laura Dalgaard landscape knit hood ($80)

The earth tones and mountain motif in this hood uniquely add a visual dimension to the Clava. Plus, that means it can be paired with several different color palettes!

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