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Gentlemen:

I came across this white cashmere scarf at forzieri.com:



It's crafted by Basile. A little bit of heaven, no?

Now my question is this: It is too warm in Dallas to wear an overcoat, even in the dead of our "Winter." Therefore, what I'd like to do is wear this scarf as an accessory when I wear black-tie or white-tie. However, is that a misguided look, wearing a scarf without an overcoat?

I await your responses.

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Chase
 

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Can you wear it? Sure.

It is "correct"? Not at all. It should be silk.
So, Alex, what are your views on wearing a fine white silk scarf with Evening Wear, without a topcoat in a warmer climate?

Fashion forward, or Fashion faux pas?

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I've no problem with it ... but sans coat check, what are you going to do with it at the affair?
Wow! Excellent point. Do any of my brethren from warmer climates have any ideas on where to stow the scarf during the event?

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A Kabbaz Conundrum

Hmmm. Mr. K, in post 6, you state you don't have any issues with wearing a scarf sans topcoat.

Two posts later, it really seems to bother you! :eek:

Been smokin' that funny stuff from south of the border? ;)

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Cool if you can keep it from looking like an affectation.
Oh, I think after sporting an ascot on a regular basis for over a year, wearing a scarf while I dine won't be anything to be concerned about. :icon_smile_wink:

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All in all, quite an elegant look :icon_smile: --



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