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Men's scarves

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    Men Printed cotton bandana scarf
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    Men Big bandana scarf
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Fancy silk shawls, chunky scarfs for winter, scarves with a check pattern or a colourful print, and those with or without fringes – the weather is always perfect to wear a men's scarf. Embrace the cold or bring the best out of your outfit with a men’s fashion scarf from Scotch & Soda.

How to wear a scarf for men

The days of only traditional knitted scarves for men in plain colours are long gone. Nowadays, scarves have a much more universal feel and can often be worn by men or women to give an equally striking style. For this reason, we would suggest checking out our women’s scarves too – you might find something to suit your taste perfectly.


Men’s neck scarves can turn a basic outfit into a work of art with a simple flourish. Bandanas can be worn on the neck, head or even as an accessory tied onto bags. This versatility means you can breathe life into your outfits in new ways using the same accessory over and over again.

Pair your bandana with some chinos and a Breton top for an instantly nautical feel or add to a leather biker jacket for a grungey look.

Coming in unique prints designed exclusively for Scotch & Soda, you won’t find neck scarves like these elsewhere. Whether you opt for a classic navy and white or a colourful print artwork style, you’ll be sure to turn heads.

Men’s winter scarves

In the colder months, you may favour a men’s wool scarf which will keep you protected from the elements. Wool is a fantastic natural product which has great insulation properties, making it an ideal choice for scarves.

Men’s wool scarves pair well with other chunky knits such as jumpers and cardigans and fit nicely under winter coats to ensure you stay warm even in the coldest weather.

Men’s summer scarves

In summer months, you may still want to cover up or add an interesting design element to your outfit. A men’s cotton scarf is perfect for this as cotton is extremely breathable and wicks away moisture from the body, meaning you can protect yourself from the sun while staying cool.

Wear a scarf loosely around your neck with an oxford shirt and trousers for a smart/casual outfit that’s ideal for an evening with friends. Or pep up a plain t-shirt with a fringed, beachy scarf which oozes summer spirit.

Men’s scarfs by design

When choosing a scarf you’ll want to consider not only the type but the design too.

Plain men’s scarves

A plain scarf can work for every occasion. Often, plain scarves are used alongside patterned jackets, coats and shirts to highlight one colour in the outfit or blend with a specific colour story. Plain scarves don’t have to be boring – choosing one in a bright shade can add a pop of colour to your outfit. They’re also extremely practical and tend to suit most ensembles.

Men’s patterned scarves

Scarves with patterns are great for making a statement or adding some life into an otherwise plain outfit. Consider a delicate design like a men’s striped scarf which can suit a range of outfits. Or, choose a big, bold print with lots of personality. Whichever you choose, opting for a patterned scarf can up your outfit game. Stand out from the crowd and start conversations with a patterned men’s scarf from Scotch & Soda.

How to tie a men’s scarf different ways

If you’re bored of the same old way of wearing your scarf, you could try wrapping, folding or knotting it in a slightly different style. Another option is to try a different type of scarf which will open up other options of how to tie it.

  • Neckerchiefs/ bandanas – the most traditional way to tie this type of scarf is once around the back of your neck with one point of the square at the front. You could also try folding the scarf into a thin, tie-like shape and knotting to the side for a preppy look.
  • Medium length scarves – scarves of a medium length look great simply draped around the neck. Alternatively, you could tie an ascot knot which is a central knot with the front piece flattened out.
  • Long scarves – with a long scarf you have the freedom of tying it multiple ways. Wrap around your neck once or twice for a classic look or try a French knot for something different. To do this, fold the scarf in half and put round your neck, pushing the ends of the scarf through the loop and pull until it feels comfortable.
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