Badasses wear scarves
BADASSES WEAR SCARVES
As you gear up for the dropping temperatures, don’t jeopardize your style with oversized coats and hoodies. Instead, take your swagger to the next level by adding a scarf to any seasonal ensemble.
To those of you who are hesitant about this essential addition to your wardrobe, man-up. Badasses wear scarves too.
Scarves are one of the most practical and versatile articles of clothing that have altered men’s fashion for centuries. Originally worn to denote military rankings within multiple armies, over two thousand years, the scarf has transitioned from representing social standings, progressing as necessary garb in various aspects of war, all while progressively evolving modern day style. How could you not be confident wearing something that people used to (literally) kill for?
Today’s scarves come in a variety of material such as: wool, cashmere, angora, cotton, linen, silk, synthetic materials, or a combination. You can find scarves in almost any color and pattern, however this doesn’t necessarily mean you should wear them all.
Weed out the hesitation and go with what’s comfortable. Ask yourself, “What is going to make me look like the badass, nation-conquering warrior I know I am?”
If you’re not confident with what that is, take this in to consideration. Stay away from bright pink or leopard print, and contain yourself on reaching for the flower embroidered magenta piece. You want to make a statement, but keep it classy.
As far as sizing, consider it best to go no thinner than 6 inches and no wider than 14 inches for the width. The length should be between 60-70 inches. This length is not as long as it seems because, remember, you’re wrapping/folding it around your neck, cutting that length in half or shorter depending on how you choose to wear it.