Blue Scarves for Men(24 items)
Featured Reviews on Blue Scarves for Men
Beautiful, Well-made, Elegant Lines Alpaca Scarf
This 100% baby alpaca scarf is comfortable on my skin but since the weave is tight, I would not consider it a soft scarf. The colors go together very well and allows it to be paired with black, grey, blue, cream or white. The website photo is accurate. It is very well made and will last a for many, many years. It could be worn by either a male or female if they like the color combination. I am very glad I purchased this scarf!
First-rate quality through and through
Beautiful weaving. Very soft to the touch. Colors are richer and even darker than appear in photos. Highly recommend.
This is soft and warm. My boyfriend actually wasnt that enthusiastic about it, but that was more about him preferring a traditional toboggan style hat. All the better, since I am happy and cozy wearing it.
Ana Fernandez Knit alpaca clothing and accessories
"For me, designing is a fusion of ideas."
Popular Blue Scarves for Men
100% Baby Alpaca Wrap Scarf with Line Motifs from Peru, "Elegant Lines"$49.99
Working with baby alpaca wool, the fine fleece from the season's first shearing, Peruvian artisan Carlos Yauri creates this elegant wrap scarf. A solid hue in antique white gives way to stripes and checks of steel blue and black. Fringes complete this accessory from each end.
Knitted Unisex Scarf in Azure 100% Alpaca from Peru, "Antique Cable Knit"$69.99
Working alongside his wife, Wilber Calapuja carries on the profession of his mother, crafting beautiful attire and accessories from Peru. He knits this unisex scarf from 100% alpaca wool that is soft and elegant. Created in azure blue, it features diamond and braid patterns knitted along its length.
Alpaca Wool Patterned Scarf, "Blue Squared"$69.99
This scarf displays cool shades of blue in a classic design by Peru's Felipe Berckholtz. The scarf is knitted with the wool from the season's first shear, termed baby alpaca and much sought after for its soft, lightweight warmth. The ancient Inca discovered the attributes of this fiber, reserving it for the exclusive use of the aristocracy.