I have never tried the neckerchief look before, because I wasn't sure how I would look with it. I had looked for different styles on how to wear it and to pull it off effortlessly and finally I got a grip of it :) .
Oozing continental flair, the ‘necker’ will bring a touch of panache to any simple linen shirt and shorts combination. Roll up your sleeves, leave a couple of buttons undone and finish with suede loafers to really nail that look of considered nonchalance that our Mediterranean cousins pull off so well.
That’s not to say the neckerchief should be confined to casual looks. Trying pairing one with lightweight, seasonally-appropriate tailoring – they make a noteworthy alternative to a tie and will be far less stifling in the heat.
Prioritise cotton versions over silk to help maintain breathability and comfort while simultaneously avoiding any dandy or international playboy vibes.
I went for azure blue coloured pants mixed with a white cotton shirt which has more volume on the pocket areas at the front giving it a unique style which I love, brown moccasin shoes and a blue printed neckerchief scarf.   This was my first time trying this look and I must thank the guys at Pitti Uomo this year for wearing this trend and making me want to also indulge in it. I will definitely try out my outfits with a variety of neckerchiefs.

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