Oregon's Pendleton Woolen Mills is probably best known for its blanket and textile patterns, often derived from Navajo and other indigenous American sources. For this handsome scarf in pure virgin wool, the brand went back to its archives, pulling the print from an old robe. The look is very Western, but this scarf looks surprisingly sharp with a well-tailored suit or a narrower coat. It emphasizes the ranginess of the wearer and says, "Go west," in all the right ways. [$118; pendleton-usa.com]
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