7 Athleisure Scarves You Need This Winter


The best of time the year is upon us: scarf season. Yes, the colder months bring chapped lips, cold hands and shoveling. But we believe in focusing on the positives. So, the cold months also bring couch cuddles, nights in with loved ones and the coziest clothes, including your athleisure.

One of the best ways to spruce up your winter look and keep you warm is with a big, cozy scarf. We’ve rounded up the top seven scarves that you should rock this winter to and from the gym, and everywhere in between.

Popcorn-stitch tube

Infinity scarves are the foolproof way to spruce up your look while keeping you nice and toasty. This popcorn-stitch scarf is a one-trick  pony that doesn’t require any brainpower to put it on. We’ve all learned the hard way that some scarves are pretty tricky. So, if you’re looking for something simple, this is the way to go.
Buy it now: Lole, $50

Leopard scarf 

If you’re feeling a thrifty this winter, this small investment will completely change your wardrobe. It’s safe to say that over the last few years leopard print has been deemed a neutral, and we couldn’t agree more. This scarf won’t break the bank and will give your winter blacks a little more pizzazz.
Buy it now: Bloomingdale’s, $78

Faux fur infinity scarf 

Take your athleisure look from day to night with this fancy faux fur number. This scarf will instantly make you look like the belle of the ball, regardless of your sweats and sneakers.
Buy it now: Nordstrom, $99

Fringe scarf 

This fringed scarf is worth every penny. Fringe has been one of the biggest trends of the year and with this scarf you can end the year on high note. But let’s be real, fringe will never go out of style.
Buy it now: Abercrombie & Fitch, $38

Blanket scarf 

Some days we just want to cover up… everything. Well, this scarf will do the trick. You can wear it as a shawl, poncho or scarf—it can even be used as a blanket if you’re in dire need.
Buy it now: L.L.Bean, $40

Amanda Garrity is a commerce editor and content producer living in New York City. She finds every excuse to go on an adventure, whether it's in her own backyard or across the country. She enjoys hiking, pretending she's a prima ballerina and drinking an abundant amount of coffee. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.