A Man's Guide to Scarves

Posted by Fernando Montes de Oca on Jun 3, 2016 12:50:51 PM
Fernando Montes de Oca

scarfWithout a doubt, scarves are a great addition to the wardrobe of any man who values fashion. If you're interested in adding fashionable and masculine scarves to your wardrobe, this man's guide to the scarf should help you do just that.

1. Keep It Simple

When it comes to wearing a scarf, you want to keep things simple, at least at first. You should only wear them, and tie knots that you are comfortable with. One of the most important aspects of pulling off a scarf is confidence. Without confidence, you will look awkward at best.

2. Scarf Length and Thickness

It is important to consider length and thickness when shopping for a man's scarf, especially if you already have a certain knot style in mind that you would like to wear. The length and thickness can limit the amount of knot styles that you can reasonably pull off with the scarf. In general, scarves that are bulky and made from thick yarns can only accommodate simple knots.


3. Wear It Loose

A common mistake that many men make is wearing it tightly like a necktie. Most scarves, especially those for men, are intended to be worn loose. Wearing a scarf tightly will look awkward and strange in most cases. Not only that, but a scarf worn tightly may be uncomfortable for the wearer.

If you want to make fashionable men's scarves a new addition to your wardrobe, the tips discussed above should help you do just that. Don't hesitate to refer to more how to guides to learn more about styling men's scarves.

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