Burberry is the heritage brand known for its innovation, craftsmanship and quintessentially British design. Since taking the helm, Chief Creative Officer Riccardo Tisci has made his mark by introducing a monogram designed by renowned artist Peter Saville (you’ll spot it on headscarves and bags) and a host of new signatures, including deer, cow and gorilla prints and slogans inspired by Shakespeare. Learn more about Burberry below.

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Best Burberry Scarves You’d Want to Cop

An enduring symbol of British heritage, Burberry has been delighting the world with timeless elegance since 1856. Famed for their classic trench coats and iconic Nova check, the brand effortlessly marries traditional craftsmanship with innovative designs. Sleek separates, outerwear and eveningwear are given a fresh update for the modern generation, whilst bags and shoes are given a uniquely British twist. Burberry is ultimately known for their scarves and here are a few that you should add to your wardrobe.

Frayed Checked Wool and Silk-Blend Scarf

Burberry’s scarf has been made in Italy from a wool and silk-blend that’s super lightweight and soft. It’s designed with the instantly recognizable checked pattern that’s been around for nearly a century and has wispy frayed edges. Wear yours with leather outerwear or one of the label’s signature trench coats.

Checked Cashmere Scarf

Reminiscent of the original version, this checked cashmere scarf is a Burberry classic. It’s been woven on a traditional loom at a 200-year-old Scottish mill using an extensive 30-step process that includes washing in local spring water and carefully brushing with teasels. Use yours to complement one of the brand’s trench coats.

Printed Mulberry Silk-Twill Scarf

Burberry’s mulberry silk-twill scarf is printed with the brand’s logo on one side and a wildlife illustration inspired by an antique drawing on the other. The slim width means you can easily fasten it around a ponytail or tote handle, as well as on your neck.

Fringed Checked Cashmere Scarf

Riccardo Tisci has such fresh ideas when it comes to reimagining Burberry’s heritage design codes- this scarf is knitted with a feminine pink, beige and ivory version of the iconic check. It’s been spun in the UK from soft cashmere and has braided fringed edges. Wear yours with this season’s neutral tailoring or a classic trench coat.

Fringed Intarsia Cashmere Scarf

Burberry’s scarf is intarsia-knit with colourful stripes and the label’s logo, along with the location of the fashion house’s headquarters, in bold lettering. It’s spun from soft cashmere and has an enveloping, oversized shape and fringed edges. Wear it draped over your shoulders on particularly chill days.

Are Burberry scarves still in style?

Absolutely! The traditional Burberry print and check pattern will never go out of style, it’s definitely a piece worth having in your wardrobe.

How do you style a Burberry scarf?

Tired of wearing your scarf the same old way? Here are some other styles that’ll help you update your look!

  • The Bandana: Keep one side longer than the other, and drape the scarf around your neck. Loop the longer end. Tuck the shorter length under the loop and pull the longer bit over it.
  • The Low Bow: Start draping the scarf around your neck; keep both the length equal on either side. Tie the ends into two loose knots.
  • The Tuxedo Fold: Begin by draping the scarf around your neck and making sure one end is slightly longer. Pass the longer end through the loop, and let it sit smoothly over the know.
  • The Fanned Loop: Nothing goes better with the trench coat than a Fanned Loop. Just fold the scarf in half before you drape it. Run the loose ends through the loop.
  • The Waterfall Knot: Pull the ends behind you, and cross at the neck. Pull the ends over your shoulder and bring them to the front, and tie them into a knot; slide the know to the side, and you’re done!