These gorgeous scarves are the creation of Roza Khamitova who has designed them to look like you’re wrapping yourself in the wings of an owl. Each handmade cotton scarf is digitally printed with a wing design and is large enough to use as a wrap, halter, or even a turban.

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daryl poncho scarf

So, you’ve survived the initial onslaught of the zombie invasion. Congratulations! Now, the next step is to build up a tough image–you know, establish a the-apocalypse-is-actually-fun-for-me look. You can go with tire armor or a multi-colored mohawk, but personally, I’d go with this Daryl Infinity Scarf.

Then again, the design might look more badass as a poncho. It works either way.

This scarf is made from 100 percent polyester, and one size fits all.

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As far as I know, Commander Shephard was never really down with the whole “casual winter wonderland” look. But if he (or she) had been, and if the N7 military code had been cool with commanding officers wearing scarves, then Shephard probably would’ve rocked this N7 scarf from Sanshee. It looks rather comfy. Not intimidating in a military sense, but definitely comfy.

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Any time you step outside, your body is assaulted with germs and pollution. This is especially true in a big city. You could inhale everything, wear a surgeon’s mask, or turn to a stylish scarf. The latter is now an option thanks to the group behind the Scough.

The Scough is made for “style-conscious germaphobes.” It uses an activated carbon filter to put a barrier between you and the infectious world. Scoughs come in many designs and colors and don’t look at all medical. While the makers mention wearing the Scough isn’t guaranteed to prevent illness, it certainly can’t hurt.

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ewok scarf cowl

Ewoks may be evil little creatures, but their questionable behavior doesn’t take away their adorable teddy bear appearance. They look huggable and soft, and their fur probably keeps them warm. This hood-scarf from Bijoux by Betta will keep you warm and make you look like a resident of Endor. The accessory has buttons on the sides of the hood so you can keep the scarf portion in place around your neck. I’ll give that a yub nub.

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Frivolite Handcrafts has designed this gorgeous scarf that tells the story of The Hobbit through a series of pictures. And to prove they really are fans of the book, they’ve even written a little fanfic origin story for the scarf.

When her Uncle Bilbo returned from his grand adventure, young Peony Took sat at his feet and listened to his stories. She did not laugh like the others at his wild imagination. She went home and knit his entire story into a scarf, starting from his green door at home straight on through to his legendary treasure chest, and gave it to him for Christmas. Bilbo treasured that scarf and wore it every winter until it was practically in tatters, though his neighbors laughed to see his silly, impossible tale hanging round his neck.

Those of you with the talent can download the pattern right now and get started knitting this scarf for your favorite Hobbit fan.

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sherlock scarf

More and more Sherlock cosplayers are showing up at conventions. Benedict Cumberbatch’s portrayal of the character is intriguing, fun to watch, and occasionally (er, often) swoon-worthy. His scarf wearing habit falls into that last category. Scarves are sexy. Sherlock wears a navy blue, vintage Paul Smith scarf and though that exact kind is not available, you can get a new one that looks just like it. The accessory is wool so besides wearing it with a costume, you can actually get practical use from it. In fact, that will add the age and wear to make it more of a replica. Keep in mind it probably will not help you solve crimes.

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Ohio-based artist Crystal Dennis is quite the Harry Potter fan. So much so, in fact, that she created her own line of crocheted Hogwarts house scarves. She carries four types of scarves, each one with a distinct house color (i.e. the colors for Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, and—boo, hiss, boo—Slytherin).

Here’s what she has to say about the scarves:

It’s that magical time of year again—you know, when you snuggle up with your muggle-made House Scarf, sipping on some frothy Butterbeer, charming your houseguests! Yep, pure magic.

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This custom made fabric features a design that looks just like everyone’s favorite little droid. It’s a cotton knit R2-D2 infinity scarf that measures 34″ long by 6.5″ wide and takes about 4 weeks to make, just for you.

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If you’re journeying through Middle Earth without a cloak from the lands of Lothlorien, this fabulous scarf could help keep you warm. The design features the Fellowship of the Ring going up one side and down the other, and the group is bookended by the White Tree of Gondor. It was knitted by The Day is New on Tumblr and she came up with most of the pattern herself. She did an amazing job. She can make use of my knitting needles any day.

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