Monday, August 29, 2011

The Neckerchief

S/S Button up : YSL
Waist Coat - Vintage
Pants - American Apparel
Socks - Socks, Socks, Socks
Boots - Clarks Desert boot
Lets get out of the box and say you don't have to be a scout nor a sailor to be able to wear a neckerchief. The neckerchief in my opinion can possibly be one of the best accessories a man can wear. If done right, if not it can just be an absolute disaster.
In the Victorian Era the Neckerchief ( Cravat ) was quite the most popular accessory worn by man. But however in those times it was much more of a formal and up - tight fit of a cravat. However today's contemporary neckerchief, has gone under an extreme transformation.Turning its back on its up tight fitting formal roots to becoming much more easy and free fitting.        
The sole purpose for the neckerchief is to accessorize, they usually tend to be made from silk or cotton and come in a wide variety of colors and patterns. Not only is it a big attention grabber, but it brings great quality to an outfit and portray's a man's attention to detail. You really cant go wrong with a neckerchief, if done properly it will always be a win win decision.

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  1. haha never heard of a neckerchief but i like it! and you definetely did it right

    Vi from Cali

  2. Very suave look. I've actually never seen a man wear a neckerchief before. After this post, I wish more would (in the right way of course).

    -Steph from chocolate laced

  3. ohhh, Don't i wish my boyfriend is hot like you.


  4. Bah ! neckerchief!? i been had neckerchiefs hoe!

  5. OMG loooove your style :-) bold and great ... I'll definitely follow you


  6. Suave look.
    Aww cute smile, you should smile more often in your posts.

    J x

  7. omgosh your blog kicks ass!! Seriously. Your style is amazing, you deserve all the recognition this industry can offer!


  8. LOVE love love this outfit. The colours are great on you! :)

    I think I've seen you at school, perhaps?


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