IN THE 50th anniversary of the most famous time travelling doctor on British TV, it seems appropriate that the next item of winter wear to have a look at is the scarf.
I, as I am sure you, are fans of the item de jour in wintertime with tartan patterns being a particular favourite.
Kicking off with the Barbour Cardinal, which is of course tartan, comes in three variants red, green and grey.
The pure Lambswool Scottish wonder is a perfect combination of comfort and style and its size enables multi-folding looks, with tasselled ends.
Joining forces with Norton and Sons has produced a stunner of a pure cashmere scarf in the shape of the Howmore, coming in dark olive for Barbour.
Inspired by a heritage design and part of the Beacon Heritage collection, this contrast spot pattern scarf has a relaxed looked to it with frayed edges, there is also a black and grey contrast version.
There are of course some nice variants on the scarf in the Hugo Boss Orange range and the Neans stands perfectly between the English college and American preppie looks, with a white and red trim against the bulk of grey, with an unfinished hem all in pure virgin wool.
Again out of a rich stock of styles the Armani Jeans Nero black scarf is a wool and acrylic mix in two-tone black and grey.
Sporting the lettering Armani Jeans on the grey side this is a winner and also has the angle of formal and informal styling.
I am sure event Doctor Who would approve of these little beauties.
Haste la Victoria Siempre