Learning to wear a scarf correctly.

How and with what to combine?


A scarf is not only a comfortable and warm thing, but also an interesting accessory that you can use to express your personality. Most men consider balloons only as protection from the weather. There are many types of scarves: summer and winter, colored and plain. All of them can be combined in a certain way and look stylish in the eyes of others


The first scarves appeared in ancient Rome and China about 2000 years ago and served two purposes:

1. Protection from the weather in the winter cold or from the scorching sun

2. Class stratification. The wealthier and more noble ones had better and nobler scarves than the common people

Closer to the 19th century, scarves were no longer just a practical thing, but a stylish piece of clothing that gracefully decorated the neck.

Today, men also continue to wear scarves, but from a variety of different fabrics, bringing variety to their image



From this material, the scarf will be warmer and more durable. If you live in a harsh climate, then you just need it



Cashmere scarf is the softest, so comfortable. It is considered versatile and can be used in all weather conditions



This scarf is not intended to protect you from any weather. It is designed to attract attention and go to official events in it


Cotton is quite rarely associated with a scarf, but it is quite light and designed for warm weather. Even such scarves differ from others in a variety of color palettes

There are a huge variety of options for wearing scarves, especially knots, which we will now talk about. To tie a scarf without problems, bring your actions to automatism. Then the nodes will be obtained easily and quickly


Parisian or French node

The Paris junction is best used in winter. This method is very simple and concise. You just need to fold the scarf in half, throw it over your neck and thread both ends into the loop. It can be worn with any clothing, because the French knot in all images looks stunning


False node

It is important to understand that there is actually no node in this method. In this list, it is the most complex, but at the same time, it is also simple. First, throw the scarf around your neck so that two-thirds of its length hangs on one side, and one-third on the other. Take the longer end, make a knot, but don't tighten it. After that, the shorter end of the scarf is threaded into the loop, creating the most complex knot