Friday, 13 January 2012

Mens Silk Neck Scarves

Mens Silk Neck Scarves
Lanvin's deliciously effeminate long silk scarves
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At the present time, men and women are sharing another petite accessory called silk scarf yet in the recent years it was solely for women. It is not at all unusual for men to use these silk scarves as complements for their official attires as long as they are sure to dress them well. They are also very adaptable in terms of tying them elegantly around any part of his body such as the neck, just like for the ladies. They are also meant to provide style casually mainly when they are folded in half and then pulled through at the ends to come up with loops. Men could also tuck the ends of a really long silk scarf somewhere under the roll around the neck or the sweater.

Mens Silk Neck Scarves
Mens Silk Neck Scarves

The first step though to start with is selection of silk scarves that would match directly and easily with the available wardrobe such as plainly colored or easy but elegant patterns. These should also hold other qualities such as ability to wear them in all seasons meaning the fabric combination such as silk and wool would be fabulous. However a silk scarf for summer season should be just as bright and captivating as the season it self and men may consider keeping some few pieces with less fringes. Another guiding light is the textures of the shirts and other tops so as to find a matching latest formal or informal silk scarf.

Obviously men who are also familiar with tying other tiny accessories like a bandana would have no problem being creative with the latest silk scarves for men. These designer pieces only require some bit of creativity in balancing with other clothing and accessories to create a very fashionable man. Such pieces as the navy, gray or black scarves with exotic prints or patterns are definitely the garments to go for after getting used to wearing silk scarves. Henrik Vibskov is era designer of lengthy men silk scarves while Forzieri is so talented on the aspect of designing using the classic methods with lovely colors like emerald, scarlet or yellow.

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Monday, 9 January 2012

David Beckham Scarf

David Beckham scarf

English soccer player David Beckham gestures as he leaves "The Betulle" clinic after a medical test in Appiano Gentile near Como December 20, 2008. The Los Angeles Galaxy player will join AC Milan on loan in January. (Left)

Worn as the traditional loop, only in reverse, with the free ends dangling down the back; has the advantage of keeping excess fabric out of your way, although it’s more difficult to make small adjustments while wearing. EUROPEAN KNOT (A.K.A. THE CHELSEA SLING)
The scarf is folded in half and placed around the back of the neck. The loose ends are then threaded through the loop and pulled taut. The euro-knot is ideal for maximum neck coverage without extending too far down the body. Neat and warm, but a little bulky and suffocating at times. (Right)

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