Men's Scarves, Ascots & Neckerchiefs - photos, discussion, inspiration

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    Sir Paul Smith (left) and the creative director of Barneys

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    ^ The majority of posts so far are ascots. They're closer to a tie, than a scarf. I would consider scarf to be a rectangular pieces with which one can wear in different ways.
     
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    Thom Browne Scarf for spring 2011

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    I disagree. I think there are a lot of ways for a guy to wear a scarf. Especially a neckerchief. These guys are showing a variety of styles. Maybe they all aren't for you but it doesn't mean they aren't good or effective. I feel sorry for people who only think they can wear a scarf, with an overcoat. That is far too narrow of a view on fashion and style. But most of all, it is an opportunity to express your own style.

    I completely agree with this except I still think those guys looked really silly. Robert Downy Jr in particular.
     
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    ^ The majority of posts so far are ascots. They're closer to a tie, than a scarf. I would consider scarf to be a rectangular pieces with which one can wear in different ways.

    I wanted to add scarves, ascots, neckerchiefs in this thread. This is for inspiration. If you like wearing scarfs more often then you might be inclined to try an ascot or neckerchief. When done right it adds a lot of style.
     
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