Three different types of scarves
Don’t make any mistake in early Fall and do not consider scarves as simple accessories. As you probably don’t mix suits and sneakers, you can’t use only one scarf for all of your outfits. We identified for you three different types of scarves and additional reasons to wear this accessory more frequently.
The first you can’t miss is the original british scarf. Recognizable thanks to the Scottish tartan pattern, this classic scarf would greatly match your working suits. It is even recommended to wear it when meeting your step-parents for the first time. There is no bad taste with this type of scarf, you can easily mix it with any kind of dark and long coat – trenches, duffle-coats, etc. Nevertheless, don’t be too ambitious when choosing this one and avoid kitsch colors like bright red. The Barbour model we have selected here is a great one. It is classic and sober, just as a good british scarf should be. It is made of lambswool. We could not ask for more…
Accross the Channel in France, winters are less harsh. So when you talk about scarves there, it usually refers to a thin and delicate material. The best example could be this Lanvin model which is totally made of silk. Besides the royal blue color featuring a light blue square and dot print will give you the opportunity to look like a perfect Parisian dandy. You can also notice that the Lanvin logo is soberly embroidered at one edge.
If you prefer to avoid pretentious clothes, you will certainly go for The Hille Side scarves. Their fabric are obtained from the old Japenese mill of Kojima and they are built to last. 100% cotton made, they can easily be mixed with casual clothes and jeans. Their raw aspect is also a good way for you to add a timeless and vintage accessory to your cloakroom. The Hill Side is certainly one of our favourite designer of the moment, I recommend it to you guys !