Krawattenschal, Cravat, Ascot Tie
Whatever you call it, it's an artfully tailored silk scarf that ties in a classic four-in-hand knot, almost like a tie. The cravat is worn in a shirt with one or two buttons comfortably undone. We have our high-quality models sewn exclusively in two manufactories in Italy.
The artistic tie scarf
Beau Brummell (if you don't already know, google it!) and his contemporaries wore starched linen scarves around their necks, artfully knotted and with a Schmucknadel fastened. This was followed by the gray version made of silk, worn with a 'cutaway', the gray tailcoat for the first half of the day, a morning wedding or at the Royal Ascot horse race. This is often referred to as a plastron. With the advent of the automobile, a sporty version of the cravat emerged, originally a purely formal one Accessoire.