How You Can Wear a Designer Silk Scarf with a Suit
You might think that wearing anything other than a necktie or a bowtie with a suit would be inappropriate. But indeed you can replace those with a designer silk scarf and still look very good wearing a suit. Here is some advice on wearing a designer silk scarf with a suit.
How to Match a Silk Scarf with a Suit
If you've read our article on how to match a silk necktie with a suit, then you might find that many of the same rules apply to designer silk scarves.
Most suits are of neutral colours, like black, navy blue, or grey. These are colours that go well with virtually any other colour. The shading of your silk designer scarf should fall somewhere between that of your suit and your shirt. A silk designer scarf can match you suit but shouldn't match your shirt or it will fade into the background of your outfit.
SILK POCKET SQUARE | ART BY BM2
You can even try to match your designer silk scarf with a matching or similarly shaded pocket square to maximize the cohesion of your outfit. Check out our article on how to wear a pocket square for more inspiration on matching silk fashion accessories with patterned pocket squares.
Should You Wear a Scarf Over or Under Your Suit?
For the most part, people wear silk designer scarves over their suits. But whether or not you want to wear a silk designer scarf over or under your suit is up to you. Silk scarves are excellent for however you want to wear them due to their lightness and thinness.
If you like having a designer silk scarf tied tight or draped around your neck, you can probably get away with wearing it under your suit. If you prefer having a looser loop around your neck, then you should wear your silk scarf over your suit.
Check out our article on how to tie a silk scarf where we go into more detail about silk scarf knots and whether they go well over or under a suit.
Wear a Scarf with Your Suit and Tell your Story
Nathon Kong's silk scarves incorporates artwork created by artists with mental health difficulties during therapeutic art classes organized by Les Impatients, a nonprofit organization based in Montreal. Each silk art piece tells the story of an artists journey to mental health recovery that you wear with you. 10% of the profits made from the sale of silk scarves and other silk fashion accessories are given back to Les Impatients so that they can continue to support these local artists.
Silk scarves are made in limited edition (only 100 copies of each art piece) and are shipped numbered in unique gift boxes with a certificate of authenticity detailing the story of the artist.
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