A scarf is a portion of cloth worn around the neck, or close to the head or around the waist for warmness, cleanliness, style or for holy causes. They can come in a mixture of various colours.
Old age Rome is one of the first sources of the scarf, where it was applied to keep fresh rather than warm. It was termed the sudarium, which interprets from Latin to English as "sweat cloth", and was utilized to clean the sweat from the neck and face in warm weather. They were unusually worn by men around their neck or tied to their band. Soon women begun using the scarves, which were prepared of cloth and not made of wool, pashmina, or silk, and ever since the scarf has been trendy among women.
In cold environments, a solid knitted scarf, often of wool, is fixed around the neck to keep hot. This is commonly accompanied by a hot hat and deep coat.
In drier, dustier hot weathers, or in atmospheres where there are many airborne pollutants, a skinny headscarf, kerchief, or bandanna is often worn out over the eyes and nose and mouth to keep the hair fresh. Over time, this practice has advanced into a stylish item in many civilizations, particularly among women. The cravat, an predecessor of the necktie and bow bind, advanced from scarves of this variety in Croatia.
In India, woollen scarfs with Bandhani effort are becoming very admired. Bandhani or Bandhej is the name of the fix and dye system exercised familiarly in Bhuj and Mandvi of the Kutch District of Gujarat Province.
The leading producer of stylish scarves employed today is China, with India, Hong Kong and Indonesia close behind. The most familiar fabrics used to make trendy scarves are silk, fleece, pashmina and cashmere.
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