Men’s winter scarves are all the rage. A classic muffler for men is suddenly back in fashion. Men scarves certainly have some religious connotations but have also enjoyed use for warmth, cleanliness and of course fashion. While many credit its history to use by the Terracotta soldiers in China, the scarf dates all the way back to ancient Rome where it was originally called a Sudarium, literally translated to mean “sweat cloth". Mens shawls were used in Rome for cleanliness, and the cloth scarf was often worn tied to the waist of the man, or loosely wrapped around the neck on warmer days. In the event of a formal affair, men stoles were almost always worn, and various grades of cloth could easily separate the affluent and wealthy members of society from the rest. The gents scarf was now seen on a daily basis as men would continually wear them out, both for cleanliness, but now, due to the separation of class, as a way to showcase their status or elitism in society. In our minds, there is nothing quite so elegantly rakish and raffish as a men’s muffler scarf worn in a beautifully blasé manner. Whatever the milieu you move in – or that you are trying to infiltrate – a mens muffler is one of the few accessories that is capable of making a bold yet laid back statement at the same time. Men scarfs originated in the modern day as an accessory for pilots to protect their necks from irritation as they flew in cockpits open to the elements. Whether it be the stories of heroic war deeds, or images from Hollywood of the brave fighter pilot, a neck scarf men wear gives a sense of standing apart, supremely confident in his own skin. Buy yourself or your man a stylish scarf for mean today on Nykaa Fashion. One of our go to options is Gap.
Mens scarf for summer it is one of the few articles of clothing in a man's wardrobe that is wholly romantic – a quality that we hold in high regard and that we think is not at all irrelevant to maintaining an optimistic lucidity in today’s world. A mens silk scarf will pronounce that you have occasionally taken a step back from the game in order to contemplate and luxuriate, while also remaining in it. Mens wool scarfs are perfect for winter. A woollen muffler for men is also a good idea. Make sure to buy your very own men’s muffler for winter. A mens cotton scarf is casual and cool. A mens cashmere scarf is great for dressy occasions. A mens black scarf is perfect for a formal vibe. In our opinion a scarf is meant to be worn loose and easy; to be tossed on as a finishing touch to an outfit rather than seem as if the look is expressly planned around it, as with a necktie. This is expressly their charm. Our preference is to wear it as a classic drape. Check out Warmline.
In terms of matching options, you can apply the same basic thoughts about colour and pattern to your scarf-and-shirt combination as to your tie-and-shirt combinations, at least at the beginning. Don't match your scarf pattern to your shirt, or choose to wear a bold pattern on both garments. We particularly like a silk scarf in paisley as a wardrobe staple and paired with a plain coloured shirt. A scarf is a very versatile accessory allowing you to dress up a cardigan or casual jacket. You can simply drape a long scarf around your neck and let the ends hang free inside or outside the garment, depending on whichever feels most natural for you. They are also a great addition under a winter coat. As most of your clothing is covered during the cold winter months, a scarf is a good way to add a touch of colour to your winter look. Scarves are especially wonderful when worn with a tuxedo. For a classic, old-school look that never dates, go for dark or light coloured plain silk scarf. Black tie events have relatively strict rules for the gentleman's attire, so a scarf most definitely adds a flamboyant touch to your tuxedo. Take your pick from Bharatasya.