11 Ways To Tie A Scarf Infographic – A Man’s Guide To Tying Scarfs Chart

How does a man tie a scarf?

A simple question – but one that has become more complex as the scarf itself has become a more feminine accessory over the last 50 years.

This has led to a shift in how this classic men’s accessory is viewed.

That’s unfortunate.  Why?

Because the scarf is a classic, masculine piece of menswear that serves the functional purpose of protecting the neck.

In most cases – it keeps our necks warm.  But the silk scarf was originally used to protect a pilots neck from chaffing when open cockpits where the rule.  They have also been used for centuries by those living in desert areas to protect from dust and the sun.

So how to tie a scarf in a masculine way?

Well in the below chart I give you eleven techniques – each chose because it is first functional and second because it’ll look great on a masculine physique.

Enjoy!

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Now there are dozens of other ways to tie a scarf.

However if it’s just to accessorize – be careful and realize you are entering the world of male fashion, not classic men’s style.

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  • Dan

    I’ve been avoiding buying scarfs for that very reason of loosing masculinity but with these tips I think I’ll reconsider. Thanks a lot Antonio and keep up the great posts.

  • Dan

    I’ve been avoiding buying scarfs for that very reason of loosing masculinity but with these tips I think I’ll reconsider. Thanks a lot Antonio and keep up the great posts.

  • Dan

    I’ve been avoiding buying scarfs for that very reason of loosing masculinity but with these tips I think I’ll reconsider. Thanks a lot Antonio and keep up the great posts.

  • Dan

    I’ve been avoiding buying scarfs for that very reason of loosing masculinity but with these tips I think I’ll reconsider. Thanks a lot Antonio and keep up the great posts.

  • Dan

    I’ve been avoiding buying scarfs for that very reason of loosing masculinity but with these tips I think I’ll reconsider. Thanks a lot Antonio and keep up the great posts.

  • Dan

    I’ve been avoiding buying scarfs for that very reason of loosing masculinity but with these tips I think I’ll reconsider. Thanks a lot Antonio and keep up the great posts.

  • Dan

    I’ve been avoiding buying scarfs for that very reason of loosing masculinity but with these tips I think I’ll reconsider. Thanks a lot Antonio and keep up the great posts.

  • Dan

    I’ve been avoiding buying scarfs for that very reason of loosing masculinity but with these tips I think I’ll reconsider. Thanks a lot Antonio and keep up the great posts.

  • Dan

    I’ve been avoiding buying scarfs for that very reason of loosing masculinity but with these tips I think I’ll reconsider. Thanks a lot Antonio and keep up the great posts.

  • Dan

    I’ve been avoiding buying scarfs for that very reason of loosing masculinity but with these tips I think I’ll reconsider. Thanks a lot Antonio and keep up the great posts.

  • Dan

    I’ve been avoiding buying scarfs for that very reason of loosing masculinity but with these tips I think I’ll reconsider. Thanks a lot Antonio and keep up the great posts.

  • Dan

    I’ve been avoiding buying scarfs for that very reason of loosing masculinity but with these tips I think I’ll reconsider. Thanks a lot Antonio and keep up the great posts.

  • Dan

    I’ve been avoiding buying scarfs for that very reason of loosing masculinity but with these tips I think I’ll reconsider. Thanks a lot Antonio and keep up the great posts.

  • Dan

    I’ve been avoiding buying scarfs for that very reason of loosing masculinity but with these tips I think I’ll reconsider. Thanks a lot Antonio and keep up the great posts.

  • Dan

    I’ve been avoiding buying scarfs for that very reason of loosing masculinity but with these tips I think I’ll reconsider. Thanks a lot Antonio and keep up the great posts.

  • Dan

    I’ve been avoiding buying scarfs for that very reason of loosing masculinity but with these tips I think I’ll reconsider. Thanks a lot Antonio and keep up the great posts.

  • Dan

    I’ve been avoiding buying scarfs for that very reason of loosing masculinity but with these tips I think I’ll reconsider. Thanks a lot Antonio and keep up the great posts.

  • Dan

    I’ve been avoiding buying scarfs for that very reason of loosing masculinity but with these tips I think I’ll reconsider. Thanks a lot Antonio and keep up the great posts.

  • Dan

    I’ve been avoiding buying scarfs for that very reason of loosing masculinity but with these tips I think I’ll reconsider. Thanks a lot Antonio and keep up the great posts.

  • Dan

    I’ve been avoiding buying scarfs for that very reason of loosing masculinity but with these tips I think I’ll reconsider. Thanks a lot Antonio and keep up the great posts.

  • menstyle

    You’re welcome Dan! Glad to hear that

  • menstyle

    You’re welcome Dan! Glad to hear that

  • menstyle

    Thanks for the feedback Steven!

  • farhaan

    awesummmmm post ANTONIO………..!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • menstyle

    thank you sir!

  • Karkat Vantas

    The chest warmer and the regular drape look nice. Also, I find the over hand real classy. I’m not a scarves guy, though, even during the most freezing winters I feel warm in what most people wear in early fall.

  • Walt

    These are terrific, Antonio! My favorite being the Parisian, which is perfect for the current conditions in eastern Pa. Any suggestions for an online resource for purchasing quality scarves?

  • menstyle

    Thanks, Walt! Try http://www.hommedelicacy.com/ for quality scarves.

  • menstyle

    Thanks, Walt! Try http://www.hommedelicacy.com/ for quality scarves.