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Stanley Lewis introduces designer scarves for men
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Jul '11
Stanley Lewis, a leading designer label for men's accessories has introduced a new range of designer scarves for men guaranteed to impress. Men's scarves have never looked better, using only the finest Italian silk, wool and linen, the Stanley Lewis collection of cool designer scarves have raised the bar in chic dressing.

Says Anne Harding, Co-founder, Stanley Lewis, “Our design philosophy is based on the belief that every man needs to break away from the monotony of his day to day wardrobe. We also believe that all men, young or old, can look absolutely dapper if they just accessorize right. Our men's scarves are designed to do just that.”

As a premium maker, Stanley Lewis ensures the right length and width is used with each of these designer scarves. This season men's scarves have really shown their presence, and silk scarves when worn correctly can immediately give the wearer an aura of classic sophistication.

A Stanley Lewis scarf for men is also available in innovative fabrics including a combination of 66% silk and 34% linen. These linen and silk scarves feature a double-sided effect offering the wearer greater versatility. For the winter season, Stanley Lewis has introduced designer scarves made from 100% Italian wool as well as a combination of Italian wool and silk.

Adds Harding, “When designing a scarf for men one has to keep in mind both aesthetics and comfort. For instance, we design scarves for winter which use a combination of wool and silk giving a soft and pliable look but have the comfort and warmth of wool. These scarves are for the man that enjoys the look of a well draping scarf. For those who want warmth and like the bulky European knot, Stanley Lewis has men's scarves in 100% wool. It's this instinctive understanding of a wearer's needs that have possibly set us apart from other design labels for men.”

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