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6 Best Scarves For Fall In New York City

The official end of summer is almost upon us, and we know you're looking for pieces to help you transition into the fall season. Need to know which scarves are the cutest with your new boots or jeans? Here are our top six styles that will keep you warm when the cool air breezes in. By Krissy Dolor.

Skulls and Stars

Skull and Stars Foulard from MANGO
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Get into the Halloween spirit with this cotton skulls and stars print. Black and white can be paired with anything, and the frayed ends give this scarf an edge. (Skull and Stars Foulard, $29.99)

Burgundy in Wool

Alda Scarf from Rag & Bones
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For a subtle pop of color, don this burgundy scarf from Rag & Bones. The Italian wool is sure to keep you warm when the temperatures drop. (Alda Scarf, $175)

Animal Print

Kimbo Silk Leopard Print Scarf from Free People
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When the sun's rays are still summer strong, grab this crinkly silk scarf from Free People. The pink pairs well with the last of summer's highlighter-hued wardrobe, and the animal print is an attention grabber. (Kimbo Silk Leopard Scarf, $38)

Peacock Blue Hues

Kirna Zabete for Target
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Brighten up your wardrobe with this pretty blue print from Kirna Zabete for Target. This BFF duo of Sarah Easley and Beth Buccini team up with Target to bring you a cute fall collection sans their regular Soho prices. (Kirna Zabete scarf, $19.99)

Fringe Fun

Bead Edge Triangle Scarf from Topshop
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For a clean, geometric touch, wear this Topshop scarf in funky colors. The fringe adds a cool touch. (Bead Edge Triangle Scarf, £22)

Gray Scale

City Storyteller Scarf from Madewell
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When there's a cool fall breeze, wrap your neck with this soft Storyteller scarf from Madewell. This collectible edition tells the tale of the New York City streets — how appropriate! (City Storyteller, $59.50)

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