Men’s scarf guide part 2

Hacks for skinny guys to look good part two

Men’s scarf guide part 2

The history of the scarf, number 4:

Popularized by Hollywood celebrities in movies and premieres, the scarf was seen on a regular basis draped loosely around the neck of both stars and starlets. As a contributing factor causing increased popularity, brands have popped up internationally dedicating themselves to the manufacturing of scarves either exclusively or in addition to other fashion lines. We only have to look at some of the most well-known brands in America such as Brooks Brothers, Ralph Lauren, and J. Press, to see that even the largest haberdashers have introduced lines of scarves.

The history of the scarf, number 5:

Today, men wear scarves in various climate conditions, as both an accessory and protective layer during the cold winter months, and strictly as a fashionable accessory in warmer climates. In fact, it is not unusual to see men strolling Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills on a warm summer day, decked out in a linen or cotton scarf accompanying their scarf. In addition, it is perfectly normal to see a man wearing a white or colored formal scarf draped over the nape of his neck at the opera or another black tie affair. For most men, a single scarf is no longer the norm. Many men own multiple scarves in various colors, patterns and made from many different fabrics.

Types of scarves, number 1:

There are many styles of scarves in a wide variety of shapes, patterns, and colors, made from many different types of materials. There are five primary categories that scarves fit into when we discuss men’s attire. They are the following:

Types of scarves, number 2: casual/winter scarf

Often worn for protection from the elements, these scarves are made primarily of wool, cashmere, alpaca or polyester and are intended to be worn during the cold winter months. They can be printed or in various patterns and are often knitted and thick to the touch.