Savile Rogue Scarf Result

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It was actually too warm for my woolly hat this morning, but I was glad at having a handy receptacle when I realised I hadn’t done the draw for our Savile Rogue Scarf competition which ended at midnight last night.

After my post-it notes getting an irregular airing, names going into my now bobble-less bobble-hat and one being drawn under the watchful eye of an independent adjudicator, the winner of the top notch, Latics coloured, 100% cashmere bar scarf, after correctly answering “Snood” as the item of neckwear that was banned by FIFA last year, is… drum roll… Paul Gaskell.  Savile Rogue’s representatives are making the necessary security arrangements to ship their product safely into deepest, darkest Kitt Green.

For everyone else who missed out on the prize, Savile Rogue have been kind enough to offer our readers a 10% discount on all orders made before the end of November.  You can take advantage of this by entering the discount code SOUL, during their checkout process.

Savile Rogue scarves really are good quality and a top choice for a Christmas present or a personal treat.  They give a nod to football terraces of yesteryear, shunning in-your-face logos and cheap nylon in favour of a traditional bar design and the comfort, quality and warmth of top grade wool. Simple and understated, they’re perfect for the match but without the slogans and outlandish claims that might stop you wearing a scarf on the street.


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