Fashion know-it-alls will love playing spot-thatold-Missoni-sweater in designer Ellaine Feferman's one-of-a-kind neck nuzzlers ($110, Boutique Le Trou, 940 Queen West, 416-516-7122). Fefermumms scarves are sewn up using fancy vintage wools that'll have you looking lux.
This striped acrylic scarf ($28, Urban Outfitters, 235 Yonge, 416-214-1466) is perfect for all the wool-abstainers looking to conjure up a look that's half Harry Potter and half hockey rink hoser.
If you go gaga over vintage, step toward more attic couture appreciation with a second-hand scarf like this plaid number ($20, 69 Vintage, 1100 Queen West, 416-516-0669).
Peggy Mersereau's recycled wool boas ($150, Distill, 55 Mill, Building #56, 416-304-0033) are guaranteed to fetch a ton of you go, girl's.The Toronto designer creates wool cigarillos from rounds of cashmere and angora sweaters and strings them into colourful, cozy strands.
Show up Granny by knitting and purling a crafty cravat from Alchemy's 100-per-cent bamboo yarn ($24, Lettuce Knit, 66 Nassau, 416-203-9970, www.lettuceknit.com). Owner Megan Ingman also stocks gorgeous needles by Vietnamese co-op Lantern Moon (this ebony pair goes for $32) and offers a calendar of classes for knitting newbies.