The male wardrobe has long been dominated by classics such as the suit, the shirt and the well groomed shoes. The area of accessories is perhaps not the most well written topic, but often it is precisely the accessories that will take your personal style to a new level.
In a thinner make of the finest cashmere it adds not only a sophisticated feel to your jacket or suit, it also acts as a protective layer for your neck as the temperature decreases. The benefit of the scarf unlike perhaps the tie is how easy it can be worn with a classic overcoat without ever feeling out of place or together with a knitted sweater, jeans and a field jacket in suede.
— In our opinion, the key is to focus on a large but thin scarf which when you wrap it around the neck gives a comfortable volume but at the same time a small and elegant knot that can be compared to the tie
Are you looking for a heavy knit or a thinner version? Single coloured or with pattern?Colourful or discreet? Our advise is to use your personal style as a starting point and to have a look at your wardrobe and see what type of colours and garments that will complete the scarf. Even if the wardrobe is dominated by sober and neutral nuances such as grey, beige, blue and white could an accent color such as light blue be exactly the element needed without taking over the ensemble.
The composition of the scarf often plays an integral role both for function and aesthetics. Our most exclusive scarfs are in fine knitted cashmere with a featherlight feel. The cashmere fiber has a unique ability to adapt to temperature so it warms when needed but also surprisingly cool as temperature rises. One reason for this is the cashmere goats history of living in climates with sharp temperature differences between day and night, which places great demands on the undercoat of the animals fur. It is these record long fibers that are combed, spun and knitted to exclusive cashmere fabrics. Another exclusive alternative that fits perfectly for scarfs is the mix of cashmere and silk. Two fibers that can be knitted extremely thin that together combines both a soft surface and a matte luster.
When choosing between a fine-knit and heavy-knit scarf, it is important to keep in mind that this is the aspect that most clearly affects the formal feeling. A heavy-knit alternative can definitely be more warming but often lack the ability to be tied as elegantly or worn with more formal garments.
In our opinion, the key is instead to focus on a large but thin scarf which when you wrap it around the neck gives a comfortable volume but at the same time a small and elegant knot that can be compared to the tie. It is best to wrap it around the neck and follow up with a tight and asymmetrical knot under the chin.
Explore our collection of scarves