The silk scarf was originally a man's or military item. The soldiers who went to the battlefield always wrapped their mother's carefully sewed cloth around their necks, or painted a map of a strange city or secretly wrote military secrets. On the battlefield where there is insufficient military demand, this small square cloth is called a universal substitute. Someone used it to replace the lost belt at the waist, and someone used it to wrap the wound.
The scarves that used to be "male symbols" have become an indispensable accessory for women. The European continent began to be covered in smoke in the 1930s. Several senior fashion designers began to regard silk scarves as part of fashion, and Hermès fourth-generation president, Robert Dima, was one of them. In 1937, he began to make silk scarves for women, so the silk scarf "Gala (the meaning of the square) was born.
In the next 70 years, the material, pattern and length of the silk scarf have changed greatly and gradually become an irreplaceable ornament. A silk scarf can be used to create countless shapes. March, which is warm and cold, is the season when scarves are flying. It is also a good choice for men who don’t wear a tie. A shirt or jacket may look light and tasteless, and a silk scarf can make a masculine sexy.