3 Ways You Can Wear a Silk Scarf in the Winter (And 1 Way Not To)
If you've read our last post, you'll be excited to start wearing your silk scarf this winter season. But how do you wear a silk scarf in the winter in a way that keeps you warm and with your heavy winter jacket? If you're looking for suggestions on how to integrate silk scarfs with your winter outfit, here are a few ways you can do that.
Simple Ways of Wearing a Silk Scarf in the Winter
Knotting a Silk Scarf in the Front is a Simple and Fashionable Way of Wearing a Silk Scarf
When you wear a silk scarf in the winter, there isn't special need to reinvent the wheel. Tying a silk scarf in the front like a regular winter scarf looks great with a jacket.
Read this article if you would like a step-by-step guide to tying silk scarf knots that knot in the front.
Tie a Silk Scarf Around the Back
Limited Editions Silk Scarf with Geometric Designs
Another way you can wear a silk scarf in the winter is by knotting the scarf in the back. This makes your silk scarf appear like a choker and keeps the scarf taunt around your neck.
Combine a Silk Scarf with a Turtleneck
Wearing a 100% Mulberry Silk Scarf with a Turtleneck
When winter hits, you may take to wearing turtlenecks to protect yourself from the cold. Fortunately, wearing a silk scarf with a turtleneck not only provides and extra layer of protection but can also look fashionable.
1 Way You Cannot Wear a Silk Scarf in the Winter
Silk and Wool Winter Scarves with Artistic Designs
One way you should not wear a silk scarf is as a face covering. It does not look as nice to wear a silk scarf with a pattern over your mouth as a wool winter scarf. People wear winter scarves over their mouths so that they can fill the pocket of air under the scarf with warm air, their breath. Silk is a breathable material, so it does not hold your breath as well as a traditional winter scarf.
Wear a Silk and Cotton Scarf that Raises Awareness for Mental Health
Men and Women's Fashion Silk Scarves With Mindful Art Supporting Mental Wellness
Nathon Kong creates silk fashion accessories that our customers not only wear but can connect to on an emotional level. Each art piece tells the story of an artist on a journey to mental health recovery.
Abstract Art by Sergio Larenas
Nathon Kong collaborates with Les Impatients, a nonprofit organization that supports artists with mental health issues through therapeutic art courses. Their artistic creations are incorporated with fashion accessories like silk scarves, face masks, and neckties. 10% of the proceeds made from the sale of silk fashion accessories is donated to Les Impatients so that they continue to support artists with mental health troubles.
Winter Silk and Wool Scarves Made in Collaboration with m0851
For fall 2020 and winter 2021, Nathon Kong collaborated with m0851 to create a limited edition collection of silk and wool scarves with exclusive designs.
Designer Winter Scarves Made from Silk and Wool
Each limited edition silk fashion accessory comes in a unique gift box with a certificate of authenticity detailing the story of the artist who created the artwork.
10% of proceeds are donated to local nonprofit organizations
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