With so many fashion accessories and trends in fashion, the only constant thing
is change. Who could forget the Neck Scarf? An all-time favourite fashion craze! I bet you have one, or
The Neck Scarf was traditionally used by men and made use
of as a typical towel . Soon women started wearing Neck Scarves have they have been fashionable
amongst women ever since.
The neck scarf never gets old even in warmer climates but usually more popular in colder locations for it
provides warmth and protection. The neck scarf is traditionally made up from fabrics such as silk, fleece,
pashmina and cashmere. Neck Scarves are also very popular in uniforms. Universities, Stewardess and even
Boy/Girl Scouts had a signature look from the neck scarf.
There are hundreds of different techniques and styles when
tying a Neck Scarf, depending on the occasion. There is the Ascot
Knot, Bandana Wrap, Bow Tie, Butterfly Wrap, European Loop, French Twist and so many more
Men's Neck Scarf
Over the decades the purpose of the neck scarf has changed, once only a means to
protect against the cold winter months. Now the neck scarf has evolved into the ultimate fashion statement. The
neck scarf is also a great way at injecting some colour into an otherwise drab wardrobe. Nowadays regardless of the
weather conditions the neck scarf or snood scarf play an important role in defining the man. A men's neck scarf can
now be seen on days when the streets are not covered with snow.
Cowl Neck Scarf
Today mens neck scarf come in many designs and styles, the
most popular being brown, grey and earthy tones. Ofcourse the black neck scarf is a timeless classic too. Other
designs of neck scarf that are popular is the plaid neck scarf.