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For all you cashmere scarf experts out there

A.L.Z.

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Is this a man's scarf pattern, or a woman's scarf? How can you tell? Or are these kinds of scarves generally unisex?

 

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You know if you can wear it. The color's hard to match to a typical male color palette. Paisley is relatively rare on women.
 

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The dimensions of the scarve generally determine it. Women's are shorter and narrower.

BTW, that is a very tasteful L.P. scarve. It can go with gray, brown or medium blue sport coats.
 

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I'd wear it. I have a silk one in blue that has a similar pattern. This is probably more masculine than mine, just given that it is wool.
 

A.L.Z.

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I would have thought womens were longer and wider, given they can be worn as wraps, versus mens which I would expect to be shorter and narrower.

Do Loro Piana scarves come unisex though?
 

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