We bring you our top 29 British-made scarves brands.
We have selected a list of British-made scarves and soft accessories brands which include silk, cashmere and wool to create beautiful made-in-UK cosy knitted scarves, wraps, cravats, pockets squares and silk scarves.
David Watson creates silks scarves from the founder’s favourite British artists. The silk scarves and pocket squares are 100% silk twill made in England with hand finished hems, so you can rest assured they will last the test of time.
Dipii Stark is a brand selling luxury silk scarves and pocket squares which are designed and made in the UK. Her rekindled passion for the creative art and celebration for life and a trip to a textile museum in Italy, triggered a desire in her to create her own motifs.
Firehorse is a luxury fashion accessories brand championing the best of British design and craftsmanship. Their scarves showcase the talent of up and coming designers, each of whom have been chosen for their fresh approach to textile design and high level of originality. Firehorse silk scarves are designed and hand-made in England.
Fruitbat textiles is an award winning hand crafted textiles company based in the heart of Somerset. Charlotte Martin, creative director of the business, mixes her own dyes and weaves the fabrics and is hugely passionate about keeping traditional crafts alive within the country. Each scarf has been hand dyed, hand woven and finished using quality British made materials to ensure our products are of the highest standard so they last you a lifetime, and some!
The Welsh Girl was founded by Julie Leonard in 2015 on returning to her Welsh roots after 25 years in the fashion and photographic industry in London.
With a passion for wool and a vision to re-ignite and celebrate the heritage textiles of Wales, she works with the cloth in a unique and contemporary way.
Rock Stone Silk is a family-owned surface pattern design company. We use images from microscopic rock samples, sourced from ancient geological sites around the world and digitally capture them on Silk, Ceramic and Leather (to name but a few applications)
The possibilities are endless when they work with scale and colour, they are only limited by our own creativity, the designs are not only unique, they are beautiful, intricate and superbly versatile.
Tullibee is a bold and beautifully British brand for little ones & grown-ups. Each piece of the Tullibee range has been meticulously designed & developed to meet the highest standards of quality & of course safety. Using only natural sustainable materials, the range consists of knitted lambswool & printed organic cotton blankets and scarves for all ages.
Aga Sova creates hand painted silk scarves. All her creations are unique, high quality and one off, you will not find two that are the same. They are painted in the spur of the moment, to create unique, vibrant scarves with energy and an explosion of colour.
Pantherella, the acclaimed luxury British sock brand, has launched its very first range of luxury scarves. Famous for its unwavering dedication to the fine craftsmanship and design of luxury socks, Pantherella will mirror this ethos in its collection of scarves. Consisting of three distinct styles, Pantherella’s inaugural collection of scarves offers the same opulent quality and luxury yarns the brand is renowned for. Designed with a vintage British aesthetic in mind, the scarves are set to be a key accessory.
Ally Bee is a British contemporary knitwear brand working with 100% natural fibre yarns chosen for high quality & low environmental impact, including British alpaca, British Bluefaced Leicester and eco-certified cashmere & merino. Launched in 2014, Ally Bee began with a vision to create an environmentally sustainable luxury alternative to mass production knitwear.
Arati Devasher creates individually designed accessories, painting and dyeing silk by hand at her studio in north London. She combines her Indian heritage of pattern and colour with a modern aesthetic. Every piece begins its life as pure white china silk. Arati brushes on eco-friendly hot soy wax and dyes in multiple layers on painted silk pieces. Her hand-dyed collections are made by brushing dye on to the precisely folded and clamped pieces of silk that create the geometric patterns of traditional Japanese tie-dye (shibori).
Charlotte Broady produces original silk scarves designed for the individual. Exquisite silk scarves inspired by natural beauty and pattern. British made and printed on the finest silks, each one has been created to add sophistication and elegance to any outfit.
Established in 2014, Cravat Club, an online menswear store, specialises in British-made silk day cravats, neckties, scarves and pocket squares for the style-conscious and well-groomed gentleman. Their products are exclusively woven, printed and handcrafted here in England, and offer a plethora of designs to suit every man’s taste and style. Cravat Club takes pride in the quality and artisanship of their products using the finest silk, and all products come in a luxurious presentation gift box.
Furious Goose is a made-in-UK brand that is disrupting the world of high-end accessories with a healthy streak of British eccentricity. They are unashamedly digital in approach with crisp, computer generated, vector creatives and eye-popping colour. Although they look to the future, their products are made with the highest quality silks and are hand finished in the traditional manner by experts in England.
Made exclusively in the UK, Genevieve Sweeney marries contemporary design with exceptional hand finishes. Indebted to the time-honoured techniques of artisan makers, the brand has reimagined the possibilities of knitwear. Colour blocking, clean lines and unusual yarn blends define the Genevieve Sweeney aesthetic. Genevieve Sweeney is committed to sustainability and collaborates closely with manufacturers across the UK.
Geoff Stocker is a menswear brand producing a range of highly original printed silk pocket squares, neck ties and scarves. The signature design style is very fluid. It can vary from quietly classic and understated, through to graphic and hard edged, reflecting a long career in digital abstract painting. At various times, influences from Art Deco, Cubism, Op art, Medieval, Ethnic, and Celtic Art can be detected. All products are made in Britain.
Glencroft was established in the Yorkshire Dales in 1987 with the goal of providing high quality British countrywear and woollen and sheepskin goods. also maintaining their quality British brand, Glencroft. Their brand was set up to reflect their British and Yorkshire heritage, as well as their close links to Scotland where many of their loyal trade customers are based- many of their materials are Scottish (including Harris Tweed) and they incorporate many Scottish designs into their products.
Jennifer Kent was founded in Glasgow by designer Jennifer Kent, the studio specialises in creating modern knitwear, accessories and interior products. The collections are thoughtfully curated and reflect Jennifer’s minimal aesthetic and impeccable attention to detail. The brand is not driven by seasonal trends but instead places a strong focus on ensuring its beautifully made products are timeless and can be enjoyed and appreciated year after year.
Laslett England specialise in high-end, hand-finished printed scarves and pocket squares which appeal to men and women. Melanie Laslett originates all the designs which are then individually engineered into the canvas of a scarf or pocket square and printed onto silks, wools and other natural fabrics, all hand finished by specialists here in the UK.
Mouse to Minx designs and makes textiles in the UK from which a range of fashion, accessory and home products are manufactured. Mouse to Minx is also the home of the first ever licenced products using illustrations from the classic girls’ comic Bunty. The brands latest ‘chapter’ of adventures started in 2014, when designer Paula Daly became the first ever to be awarded a design licence from publisher DC Thomson to restore and use illustrations from the legendary vintage girls’ comic Bunty.
Oubas Knitwear is a luxury knitwear label, using yarns of the highest quality, from carefully sourced British and Italian mills. Oubas pieces combine traditional craft methods with contemporary style and pattern. Pieces are either made by hand in Cumbria, or in Scottish knitwear mills.
Ramnation is founded on the belief that what you wear matters – and so does its provenance. Ramnation mens outerwear and accessories are made from the wool of Britain’s traditional and rare breed sheep – British from sheep to shop. Ramnation sources yarns from the fleeces of traditional and rare breed British sheep. Yarns are organically dyed, spun in Cornwall and made up in the Midlands.
Robert Mackie of Scotland is a premium international accessory manufacturer of the finest knitted scarves, hats and gloves using only natural fibres. With beautiful accessories knitted using mainly 100% Pure New Wool, the company has a wealth of experience and craftsmanship.
London-based Romor Designs was formed in the autumn of 2015 by Rob Jones, a shibori textiles designer and natural dyer.
Each item is handmade in Rob’s studio under an old railway arch in Hackney, North London.
The Pattern Guild is a Peckham based design studio founded in 2013 by Amber James and Fergus McDonnell as a collaborative project to explore pattern and textiles. Both founding members came from a Graphic Design background that then evolved into a passion for surface designs, in particular fabric screen-printing.
They combine bold geometric patterns with expertly designed products, made in London by a small team of highly skilled makers. By using the best materials, sourced ethically and sustainably, and method of form follows function, they create designs and products that are perfectly suited to their purpose.
Tripster & Smith are a small Cotswolds based company specialising in luxury wraps and throws made from the finest, natural textiles. With designs inspired by nature’s colours, and classic British weaves, they have several collections to choose from as the seasons change.
Wallace Sewell create innovative woven fabrics exploiting industrial techniques. They work closely with the textile industry in Great Britain to produce pieces ranging from scarves to furnishing products, which sell worldwide. Wallace Sewell are inspired by many sources including the Bauhaus and Colourist movements, they are masters of colour, combining this with a fascination of woven structure. Signature styles include vibrantly striped silks, sculpted wool crepes, supersoft cashmere and patchwork cotton chenille.
Turtle Doves is a Shropshire based company specialising in hand-made recycled cashmere and silk accessories. They use jumpers which have been discarded to make practical and stylish accessories. Turtle Doves have recently started making beautiful patchwork throws too. They believe passionately in manufacturing in Britain and have worked hard to build a sustainable and ethical business.