Scarfs

For whom is it acceptable to wear scarfs?

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  • Nobody should wear scarfs

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Chop Stix

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...Scarves. In honor of winter, and the Winter Olympic games that I haven't watched at all, what's your opinion on scarfs?
 
 
Scarves are fine for anyone who wants to be comfortable when it's cold.

That said, the guy that leaves his house on a 30* day in a just a sweater and a scarf needs this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nqcgUDoV_M

Especially if the scarf gets "posed". Silly es.....

note: I've been known to "snot rocket" when no one is looking, so take it for what it's worth......
 
Well, I'm sitting on my patio, drinking a vodka and tonic watching the sunset light up the mountains in a goldish hue. It's 85 degrees, 91 tomorrow, and I'm not wearing a scarf. In fact, I no longer own one.
 
I agree. i have a semi nice scarf that I got for christmas. If its like 20 or below or depending on the occasion, I would wear it. If Im just wearing a jacket or a hoody i probably wouldn't but if I was doing something for work or a nicer party/dinner where Im wearing a nicer coat that might not be as warm etc I probably would. I don't think its a huge deal.
 
I pretty much wear scarfs with overcoats. First, it looks nice; and second, it's practical because overcoats typically leave a gap around your upper chest and neck....when it's really cold, something is needed there to stay warm. Not sure what the problem people would have with scarfs in that situation.
 
I wear an overcoat with no scarf on a daily basis in the winter. Typically in an overcoat situation, I won't be outside for very long.
 
In any event, when I worked in Chicago, commuting by train, I pretty much wore a scarf with my suit and overcoat every day in the winter.....I don't recall many men who didn't. I suppose if you are driving from your garage to office parking garage, a scarf, gloves, any type of hat and even a coat are unnecessary.
 
Somebody need an accountant?
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In any event, when I worked in Chicago, commuting by train, I pretty much wore a scarf with my suit and overcoat every day in the winter.....I don't recall many men who didn't. I suppose if you are driving from your garage to office parking garage, a scarf, gloves, any type of hat and even a coat are unnecessary.

Yeah you'd have to be an idiot to walk around Chicago outside for any amount of time without being bundled up as much as possible.
 
I wear a neck gaiter when I run/cycle/sled riding/etc. when it's really cold out.

On an extremely cold day a few weeks ago, I rode in an elevator with some guys making a furniture delivery. One of them was actually wearing a heavy knit dickey on the outside of his sweatshirt. It looked hysterical, like a neck poncho.

Is a neck gaiter a dickey ?
 
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