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The Best Budget Scarves

Wrap it up in one of these cheap but practical accessories

Here are five inexpensive scarves that need to be in your wardrobe this winter. (Kerkez/iStock)
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Wrap it up in one of these cheap but practical accessories

Scarves work for calming winter's chill and also offer men the rare opportunity to accessorize. An outlandish one can make a statement, while an understated one can tie an outfit together. We found five inexpensive scarves from some of our favorite brands that need to be in your wardrobe this winter.

SmartWool Slopestyle Scarf ($25)

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(Courtesy SmartWool)

The mix of merino wool and acrylic is legitimately warm and soft, but it’s the classic picnic-blanket pattern that sold us on this scarf.

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Pistil Ventura Scarf ($40)

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(Courtesy Pistil)

Pistil takes a more mellow approach to plaid with this light weight, all wool scarf with frayed edges.

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Patagonia Synchilla Scarf ($35)

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(Courtesy Patagonia)

Take a wild, Southwest-inspired pattern and mostly recycled fleece material and you’ve got a crazy warm scarf that adds a touch of pop to your ensemble.

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Coal The Jakob ($30)

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(Courtesy Coal)

It’s gray and simple and it goes with absolutely every jacket that you already own. If you don’t already have a gray scarf, get this one now.

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Tommy Hilfiger Stripes ($25)

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(Courtesy Tommy Hilfiger)

Loud, but still classic, this scarf manages to recall your collegiate days without resorting to specific branding. It’s youthful without being garish, hopefully just like you.

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