No matter where you are in the world, if you have to deal with harsh winters every year it’s probably safe to say that you own several beanies, a handful of mismatched winter gloves and some old faithful boots for when it’s time to shovel. Kapital understands it’s important to also protect your neck in these conditions, and their latest Compressed Wool Scarf is here to take on the challenge.
Alright, so it’s true that scarves tend to serve their part as a fashion statement just as much as functional piece, but there’s no denying the wonders of wool and it’s ability to provide warmth while naturally wicking away moisture and remaining breathable. If you’re worried about an uncomfortably itchy neck, fear not as this scarf features a soft hand, drawing inspiration from the traditional Japanese Furoshiki fabric originally used to wrap and transport goods. Compressed wool naturally rolls at the edges, meaning there are no unnecessary reinforcements and you get to enjoy the fabric in its purest state.
Available for $270 at Independence Chicago.