Which of these scarves is most versatile?

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  1. Gwarg

    Gwarg Senior member

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    I am looking to buy a scarf for winter, and I was wondering which of the three you thought was the most versatile. I am only going to buy one, so it has to go with everything.
    I personally am leaning towards the plaids at the moment, the plain grey seems quite boring, but it might be a more sensible choice.
    Thanks for your help!

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    lasbar Senior member

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    The grey one...

    Very versatile ....Plain colour easy to match with everything..
     
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    +1 def. the grey one. AND the pattern of the other two looks... idk.... I just don't like it :D
     
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    In addition to agreeing with everyone else on the grey, I'd like to add that you would be surprised how striking a solid color scarf can be when placed in contrast or in harmony with the other colors in your clothing.
     
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    Bowtiedlad93 Senior member

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    I would have to agree and say the grey one.
     
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    The grey is definitely going to be the most versatile; but I do find it rather "meh" for my tastes and would have gone with either of the other two. They're still relatively neutral colours and, I think, wouldn't be too difficult to pull off with most ensembles.
     

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