Scarves (including multiple scarves) are a piece of cloth worn around the neck for warmth, sun protection, cleaning, fashion or religious reasons. They can be made of various materials, such as wool, cashmere, linen or cotton. This is a common tie.
Scarves have been worn since ancient times. The 9th century B.C. statue of Assur Nasir par II is characterized by the emperor wearing a cape. In ancient Rome, the clothes were used to keep clean rather than warm. It's called defocus or (Latin for "sweat cloth") and is used to wipe the sweat from the neck and face in hot weather. They were originally worn by men around their necks or on belts.
Historians believe that scarves made of cloth were used to identify the rank of officers or Chinese soldiers during the reign of emperor Cheng Zu.
Later, around the 17th century, Croatian soldiers of all walks of life wore scarves. The only difference between military scarves is that officers have scarves and other ranks are cotton scarves. Some Croatian soldiers are mercenaries of the French army. Men's scarves are sometimes called "bow ties" (neckties from France, meaning "Croatia"), and they are the forerunners of neckties.
By the early 19th century, scarves had become a real fashion accessory for both men and women. By the middle of the 20th century, scarves had become one of the most important and commonly used clothing accessories for men and women. In cold weather, a thick knitted scarf, usually made of wool, is tied around the neck to keep warm. This is usually accompanied by a heavy coat or coat.
In a dry, dusty, warm climate, or in an environment with a lot of airborne pollutants, thin headscarves, kerchiefs or handkerchiefs are usually worn on the eyes, nose and mouth to keep the hair clean. With the passage of time, this custom has developed into a fashion commodity in many cultures, especially among women. Bow tie is the ancestor of tie and bow tie, which evolved from this kind of scarf in Croatia.
In India, wool scarves made from bandhani are becoming more and more popular. Bandhani or bandhej is the name of tie dye technology, which is usually used in Bhuj and Mandvi in Kutch District, Gujarat.
The scarf used to cover the lower part of the face is sometimes called a scarf. Scarf is commonly known as "wrap neck"
Scarves can be tied in a variety of ways, including cat bows, square knots, cowboy bibs, Ascot knots,,, ties and Gypsy square scarves. Scarves can also be tied to the head in various ways.
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- Cowboy hat
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- Women bag
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