The original Joules
Small, slim and
Classic shape in
tartan and stripes
Blanket sized for
The much-loved Joules
printed scarf. Which one
will you choose?
Lightweight, printed and
super-sized. A truly versatile
scarf to have to hand.
The classic, small neckerchief, in new
season prints. Perfect for adding
oompf to your favourite t-shirt.
Small, slim and extremely versatile.
The perfect accessory for brightening
up a handbag, wearing around the wrist
or even around your neck.
Traditional shaped, soft and
truly versatile. Every wardrobe
needs a scarf like this.
Add texture to your
outfit with herringbone
The ultimate scarf – so
big it’s bordering on being
Drape once loosely around the neck, leaving the ends free.
Twist and drape around the neck and tie in a loose knot.
Drape evenly around the neck and knot neatly at the neck.
Drape and tie together in a low knot. Great for adding interest to single breasted jackets.
The ultimate neck warmer. Twist the length of the scarf and get wrapping.
Wrap around the neck snugly and tie the ends into a loose bow.
This is the classic way to tie this small scarf. It's very stylish, too.
Nautical-inspired style always float our boat (sorry!). This is perfect for a more relaxed look.
You don't just have to wear it round your neck. The size of this scarf means it can be used as a hair tie.
Simple but stylish. Drape around the neck and flick one end over the shoulder.
Nobody likes a draughty neck. Wrap neatly round and round. Problem solved.
A true classic. Fold in half lengthways, drape round the neck and thread the end through the loop.
Fold the scarf in half to create an oblong, drape around the neck, flicking one end over the shoulder.
Wrap around the neck twisting as you go. Finish by knotting under the wraps.
Fold. Drape around the neck. Cross the ends over. Loop one end under the other and finish by knotting the ends.
Twist, wrap and flick over your shoulder.
Fold the scarf diagonally to create a triangle, drape around the neck with the ends loose at the front.
Twist and drape around the neck. Tie the ends into a loose knotted bow.