Silk scarves are not just worn by women. Scarves have been a part of men's fashion for thousands of years. Here are some ways men wear silk scarves with suits and other outfits. Some men today still wear silk scarves in classical styles, but there are also casual ways men wear silk scarves.
How Men Wear a Silk Scarf Casually
There are many casual ways men wear silk scarves, such as in the above picture, where the scarf is folded in half lengthwise, draped around the neck, and the ends pass through the loop to form a knot.
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Other ways men wear silk scarves casually can be to tie knots like the drape, where you simply drape the scarf over your shoulder, the once around, where you wrap a scarf once around your neck, or you can wrap the silk scarf around your neck multiple times to form a loose ring.
If you are looking for more inspiration, be sure to read our article on scarf knots to tie with suits.
4 Steps to Tying an Ascot Knot
Ascot knots are a classic way men have tied a silk scarf. It's an especially good way of wearing a silk scarf with a suit. Here is a step by step process of tying an ascot knot.
1. Drape the scarf around your neck, keeping one end longer than the other.
2. Wrap the long end around the short end twice.
3. Bring the longer end up through the loop between your neck and the scarf.
4. Lay the long end over the short end, adjusting as needed.
Luxury Silk Scarves Celebrating Canadian Art
Nathon Kong's limited edition silk scarves incorporate the artworks of artists with a mental health difficulty. These art pieces express their story as they journey to mental health recovery. Our customers develop an emotional connection to each article when they wear them.
10% of the profits from silk scarves are donated to Les Impatients, a nonprofit organization that holds therapeutic art programs for people with a mental health trouble.
Every silk fashion accessory comes in a unique gift box and with a certificate of authenticity. The certificate details the art piece's edition number and the story of the artist who created the artwork.