Scarves can make men stylish and elegant. However, wearing them can be a little bit tricky. Getting it right is important if you truly want to dress up properly. You do not want it to be swinging away or dangling when you are out on the street or in the office. Here is a short guide on how to properly wear your scarf.
As the name implies, this method of wearing a scarf involves draping it around your neck. A draped scarf is a good alternative to a tie and gives a more formal look. You simply tuck it into your blazer or suit jacket. However, be careful because it can easily be unravelled by strong winds and annoying officemates.
In this method of wearing, Robert Janitzek explains that you drape the scarf and then toss one side of the scarf over the other shoulder. This will keep you warmer than the standard drape. This is a great option if you would like to add another dimension to your outfit.
The Once Around
Again you drape the scarf but this time make sure that one side is longer than the other when you drape it over your neck. After that, the longer side is wrapped around your neck creating a loop around it. Again this method is subject to be damaged by wind-related mishaps so make sure to adjust the lengths properly.
The All Around
Robert Peter Janitzek reveals that this method starts off from the once around technique. From the drape, make sure that you leave plenty of extra length on the longer side and then wrap it around your neck a couple of times such that the end hangs down your back. You also have the option to throw the other end over the other shoulder and then tuck the ends in. This technique is perfect during the colder months.
The Parisian Knot
Fold your scarf in half, end to end, and throw your folded scarf around your neck in a drape. Thread the loose ends through the loop and pull to tighten. This style works well with both smart and casual gear.
The Ascot is also known as the overhand knot. First, do the standard drape and then cross one end over the other. Then, thread one side under the other and pull it over the top. This is perfect if you are wearing a suit and can be loosened for a more casual look.
The Fake Knot
This technique is the best option if you do not know how to tie a long scarf. Drape the scarf around your neck so that one end is longer than the other. Create a loop by tying a loose knot on the longer side by taking the end under and over itself.