Your Guide to the Best Fabrics for Luxury Printed Scarves

Today scarves are made in many different sizes and materials to accomplish different purposes. Choosing the right scarf you can add flair to your clothing style. What follows is a guide to men's scarves and scarves for women.

The Different Types of Scarves

Scarves are typed by the material they're made out of and how long or wide they are. The most common scarves are winter scarves, which are thick wool scarves made to protect your neck from cold weather. There are also thinner sport scarves that are made from polyester. 

Nathon Kong Limited Edition Silk Scarf

Then there are scarves worn as fashionable accessories with tuxedos and overcoats. These scarves are thinner and lightweight to be worn during the winter or the summer, formally or informally. 

The Best Fabrics for Scarves

Winter scarves tend to be made out of wool to keep the neck warm. Some scarves are made out of cotton because of their durability and can be easily washed, but most fashion scarves are made from other lightweight materials such as cashmere, chiffon, and silk. These materials are more delicate, but are soft and glossy.

Abstract Printed Silk Scarf Fashion Accessory | Nathon Kong

Mulberry silk is a natural fiber produced by silkworms and is especially shiny. It is the most breathable of silks and does not absorb much sweat and moisture. 


Express Yourself with an Original Piece of Art

Find luxury printed silk scarves here from the Nathon Kong collection. Each scarf is made in limited quantity from 100% mulberry silk and tells the story of an artist struggling with mental health. The artworks printed on every scarf were created by members of Les Impatients, a local non profit organization that supports artists suffering from mental health issues. 10% of all proceeds are donated to Les Impatients so that they can continue to support Montreal artists. 

Sijirik with Printed Face Mask and Designer Silk Scarf - Art by BM | Nathon Kong

One of our printed scarves incorporates art by Bill Market, whose work is also printed on and matches one of our reusable silk face masks. You can find Bill Market’s scarf here and you can buy his printed face mask here.

 

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