Good news if you missed out last year, as the Boy About Town Paul Weller-inspired scarf by 66 Clothing is back in stock.
You might recall it appeared as part of the Icon Series by 66 Clothing (via Mod Shoes) back in September last year and, as you might expect, sold out not long after.
Presumably, due to that popularity, the scarf has been remade and, like the first run, in limited numbers. So, if you didn’t get your hands on one last time out, you can grab one now. And with temperatures plummeting of late, it’s probably a good time to get one as well.
The name probably tells you all you need to know. But to fill in the gaps, the scarf is inspired by a design worn by Paul Weller in both his time with The Jam and the Style Council. A similar scarf was pictured on various occasions – and with various outfits – and it’s still a good-looking design today.
Not to mention a practical one. The scarf has been made for the label in Scotland using locally sourced lambswool, with the only additions being the label and the tasselled edge. I have one from the first one and can vouch for its warmth.
You can see Paul wearing the original on the retailer’s site, and if you want one yourself, they retail for £42.