The drape (just thrown around the back of your neck and left to hang) is ideal for your smarter looks. In terms of which scarf you should do this with, we’d recommend this be done only with lightweight, shorter scarves as a big heavy scarf thrown over your shoulders just looks a bit odd.
Also known as the ‘Parisian Knot’, this style is achieved by making a loop in the middle of your scarf that you then pull the rest of the the scarf through. Nice and versatile, this knot compliments smart and casual looks. In terms of choosing the right scarf, avoid anything too thick or wide as the knot around your throat will be too substantial to be stylish or comfortable.
A Topman favourite, this versatile knot looks great with both smart and casual looks. Simply tie yours as you would a cravat and either tuck it into your overcoat/jacket or leave it hanging loose.
The lazy man’s favourite. A great throw-on-and-go style, the ‘once around’ requires a pretty long scarf to work but apart from that it goes with almost every fabric or pattern.