Ten Cozy Blanket Scarves Under $30

If you haven't noticed, blanket scarves are extremely popular this fall/winter season. Everywhere I've searched, they cost over $50! One place I found affordable oversized scarves was at Sheinside, where all of the scarves are under $45, with most being in the $20 to $30 range.


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(love how you can reverse #5 for a different pattern!)

More scarves below...

From plaid to houndstooth to stripes, there's something for everyone. Not surprisingly, blanket scarves are super versatile. Other than the obvious, you can use them as throws, belt them like a cardigan, or drape it over your shoulders like a cape or poncho!

If you're in the mood for splurging, below are some scarves I found that are over $30. Enjoy!

Scarves Over $30

8 comments

  1. Hmm, not sure if my comment went through but I will try again... I've never shopped at sheinside but might consider it after seeing these prices. The 3rd one looks identical to one that I've been eyeing at Zara but for double the price! Also love the reversible one. How long does it take for their packages to get delivered to you? I'm in Toronto as well.

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    1. Hi Elaine! As a rough guideline, my last order was made on November 3rd, they shipped it on the 7th, and I received it on the 17th. I've had orders that took 2-4 weeks as well. It really depends on what you order since they seem to come from different warehouses. They collect your whole order at one location and then ship it off to you in one package. If you want your order faster, make sure you don't order from the pre-sale ("pre-sale" will be in red text beside the price).

      Hope this helps! Let me know if you have other questions. : )

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  2. Hi Jessy, which scarf did you order? There are so many choices I can't pick!! By the way are the measurements accurate?

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    1. I haven't decided yet! : ) I like # 1, 3, 4, and 5. Their measurements are usually accurate, but I would give or take a few centimetres.

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  3. Thanks so much Jessy! Have definitely noticed these around, at Aritzia they're like $90 haha. I'll definitely check it out.

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  4. I must say Burberry sure make some great impact on this blanket scarves. With huge celebrities to promote it, it flew off the shelves like a hot cake. Thanks to people like Sheinside who make some nice and affordable blanket scarves.

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  5. Hi Jessy! Just recently found your blog when looking up CG jackets and was wondering if you would still recommend the brand today? Four (Almost 5) years after owning it or would you want to switch to another brand? I'm a university student looking for a new jacket and not sure what to get. Whats your two cents on todays brands? is CG overrated/outdone? Will it stay in style for another few yrs? your opinion would mean alot to me :)

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    1. Hi there!

      I would definitely still recommend the brand today. I've owned two Canada Goose jackets and they both met my expectations in terms of warmth, quality, and style. Another reason that I choose to wear CG jackets as opposed to others is that they actually have a size that fits my small frame. Their ladies XXS was still loose on me for my first jacket (the Montebello), so I sold it for a youth size S (the Kensington, now discontinued). If you can get away with their youth sizes, I highly recommend checking those out first. They're cheaper and only 5% tax in Ontario!

      With the recent introduction of brands such as Moose Knuckle, Nobis, and more, I'm seeing a lot more variety out there. In my opinion, people just tend to notice CG more often because they've been around longer. This style of winter jacket (fur hood, puff, etc.) has been around for AGES! I've owned this style for as long as I can remember, so I'm sure it will continue to be worn. I have noticed, however, that many people are going for the slimmer look with thin wool jackets and trenchcoats. As a resident of Toronto/Markham, I don't think I can survive winter with a wool jacket. A winter parka will definitely be needed!

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