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Stylish Ways To Tie A Men’s Bandana

Men’s Bandanas Are Back! Which Style Are You Going To Wear?

Over the last few years men’s bandanas have absolutely blown up in popularity. Which explains why there is a 1000% increase in internet searches for them!
Bandanas have a long history, from the first European merchants in India to Italian designers and American cowboys. Heck, they even have been a symbol for many movements about worker rights and whatnot.
Today Bandanas have evolved into this unisex multipurpose clothing apparel. Stefano Cau’s bandanas for men are especially trendy.
These colored accessories can be worn around the neck, the head, the wrist, and even the waist.

How to wear a Men’s Bandana

  1. Silky Smooth Style
  2. The French Tie Style
  3. The Cowboy Look
  4. The Ascot Look
  5. The Day Cravat Style
  6. Sophisticated Yet Cool
  7. Tied Like A Bracelet
  8. Simple And Elegant – Tucked Under Look

1. Silky Smooth Style

Men’s silk bandanas can blend into clothes, giving a subtle ‘pop’ to your suite. So next time when you go to work, you might want to lift your outfit with a Stefano Cau’s printed silk bandana.

2. The French Tie Style

This bandana style is probably the simplest and easiest to pull off. All you have to do is tie the bandana around your neck and make sure the knot is facing forward. That’s it!
The French Tie is particularly suitable for more casual social gatherings where it’s important to appear as if you haven’t put too much effort into your wardrobe!

3. The Cowboy Look

If you’re looking for a more outdoors look, something that’s more masculine, you can always go with the good old cowboy look.
The cowboy look as a bandana outfit for men has been popular since the days of the Wild West but it’s still one of the most popular ways to wear a bandana today.

4. The Ascot Look

The Ascot style is a men’s bandana style that is more fashionable and goes well with an elegant suit. This style is well suited for social gatherings where some formality is called for but not too much. As an eye-catching substitute for a tie. This style works really well with Stefano Cau patterns.

5. The Day Cravat Style

Another smooth style that’s easy to wear is the day cravat. This can work well with a simple button down shirt if you leave a few buttons open below the collar. Alternatively, you can make the day cravat work with a polo shirt, if you’re looking for a more casual look.

6. Sophisticated Yet Cool

The cool-dude tie is another classic men’s bandana look.
This look is particularly appropriate when you want to appear sophisticated and yet cool at the same time. You might find university students wearing bandanas in this style all over the world.

7. The Silk Bracelet – Just Wrap It On Your Wrist

The wrist-tie is another bandana style that has been in fashion since the ’60s. Here the bandana is simply tied around the wrist. This style goes particularly well if a person has a classy watch or a colourful bead bracelet to go along with the bandana.

8. Simple And Elegant – Tucked Under Look

Sometimes it’s better to just tuck in that bandana. And that gives us this style. Layering clothes on top and bandana adds elegance and grace to the clothes you’re wearing.

At Stefano Cau you can find the right silk men’s bandana that suits your individual needs. Our stylish and indispensable accessories printed in the finest silk will lift your outfit.