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Sunday, September 23, 2012
Le Grand Retour Du Foulard Pour Les Hommes ?
Over at Parisian Gentleman, they are reporting on the 'the grand return' or 'come back' of the foulard or ascot or cravatte depending on where you live. Although, there is a difference between them in terms of fabrication. Below are some of the images that Hugo Jacomet has posted. I love neckwear for the spring and summer that is not a tie and not a bow tie. These kinds of neckwear represent a lovely way to finish an unbuttoned shirt. They are not for everyone, some men look too stiff in them, others look too sleazy. Wearing a foulard, a cravatte, an ascot, a bandana or a kerchief requires some forethought. It is a delicate dance where if one foot is put wrong you can ruin the entire spectacle... Wishing you luck experimenting! LNP