Solid Scarves for Men(32 items)
Featured Reviews on Solid Scarves for Men
Finely Crafted and Elegant
Understated, classic, and finely woven scarf that feels soft and comfortable, and stands up to Wisconsin winter.
Comfy, Warm and Reversible!
Soft and warm Alpaca is SO comfy and warm. Works as a hat or a neckwarmer and goes from beige to black in a sec.
I love it! Is soft, elegant, fancy. Thank you very much for the Machu Pichu postcard, the most amazing place for visit and the presentation of the package! Very super duper recommended
Felipe Berckholtz Alpaca apparel and accessories
"Whenever I want to create something new and interesting, I look my beloved Peru for inspiration — our cultural diversity, colors and customs."
Popular Solid Scarves for Men
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.
Unique Men's Alpaca Wool Solid Grey Scarf, "Charcoal Gift of Warmth"
Fashion and tradition combine in an exquisite scarf by Celinda Jaco. Crafted of an alpaca blend in charcoal grey, it adds elegance to the winter wardrobe. Lightweight alpaca is a luxurious fleece renowned for its warmth.
Maroon 100% Alpaca Woven Textured Unisex Scarf from Peru, "Cabernet"
Raquel and Gregor of Peru design this lightweight, soft and warm 100% alpaca fringed scarf. A rich wine color is achieved by weaving together dark brown and maroon yarns. The scarf has a subtle tone-on-tone texture created by a weave pattern that alternates rows of waves and crosses.
Men's 100% alpaca scarf, "Earth Brown"
Peru's Felipe Berckholtz transforms the luxurious warmth of alpaca into the ideal warm scarf for those cold weather days. The ancient Inca discovered the attributes of this fiber, reserving it for the exclusive use of the aristocracy. Berckholtz prefers to use the wool from the season's first shear, termed baby alpaca and much sought after for its soft, lightweight warmth.