No wearing winter scarves isn’t difficult, and yes they are manly!

Many men feel that wearing of a scarf is somehow effeminate, but the purpose of this article is to show you guys how stylish it can be to wear a winter scarf.

Scarves have been an essential piece in men’s wardrobes for more than 2000 years, with the world’s militaries using them as rank insignia and unit designators.

Winter scarves can add a solid element of style, especially when they introduce color to a plain outfit. You can wear a brightly colored piece of cashmere that brightens up a banker’s charcoal overcoat for example. However, wearing a light-weight scarf indoors in lieu of a necktie can add a personal style and touch of the man.

There are a lot of types of winter scarves out there but let’s stay simple. You want your scarves to be rectangle and be made from a material that suits your needs, so you can choose:

The Red Tartan Scarf, which is a holiday type of winter scarves, so it gives the impression of Christmas without being hideous. Don’t worry, it works all winter long, because red and black go with almost everything.

The Cashmere Scarf which is an instant luxury for your neck.

The Polka Dot Scarf: Those dots are a traditional motif for neckwear, so go for it!

The Wool-Silk Scarf: If you want to look elegant, choose the wool-silk blend.

The Argyle Scarf: Hey, what about exploring argyle. It’s traditional, and crazy enough to catch some eyes.

The Oversized Scarf: It adds an interesting volume to your winter look.

The Striped Scarf: Horizontal stripes bring a sporty look to your winter scarf.

The Silk Scarf: this scarf is surprisingly warm and truly elegant, and you don’t even need a tie with it.

Keep it simple – only make tie knots you are comfortable wearing. Confidence is everything.