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BACKSTORY: A scarf, plural scarves, is a piece of fabric worn around the neck for warmth, sun protection, cleanliness, fashion, or religious reasons. They can be made in a variety of different materials such as wool, linen or cotton. It is a common type of neckwear.
In drier, dustier warm climates, or in environments where there are many airborne contaminants, a thin headscarf, kerchief, or bandanna is often worn over the eyes and nose and mouth to keep the hair clean. Over time, this custom has evolved into a fashionable item in many cultures, particularly among women. The cravat, an ancestor of the necktie and bow tie, evolved from scarves of this sort in Croatia.
In India, woollen scarfs with Bandhani work use tie and dye technique used commonly in Bhuj and Mandvi of the Kutch District of Gujarat State.
Scarves that are used to cover the lower part of face are sometimes called a cowl. Scarves can be colloquially called a neck-wrap.
Scarfs can be tied in many ways including the pussy-cat bow, the square knot, the cowboy bib, the ascot knot, the loop, the necktie, and the gypsy kerchief. Scarfs can also be tied in various ways on the head. (SOURCE: Wikipedia)
BACKSTORY: A bandana or bandanna (from Sanskrit बन्धन or bandhana, “a bond”) is a type of large, usually colourful kerchief, originating from the Indian subcontinent, often worn on the head or around the neck of a person. It is considered to be a hat. Bandanas are frequently printed in a paisley pattern and are most often used to hold hair back, either as a fashionable head accessory, or for practical purposes.
Bandanas originated in India as bright coloured handkerchiefs of silk and cotton with spots in white on coloured grounds, chiefly red and blue. The silk styles were made of the finest quality yarns, and were very popular. Bandana prints for clothing were first produced in Glasgow from cotton yarns, and are now made in many qualities. The term, at present, generally means a fabric in printed styles, whether silk, silk and cotton, or all cotton.
The word bandana stems from the Hindi words ‘bāndhnū,’ or “tie-dyeing,” and ‘bāndhnā,’ “to tie.” These stem from Sanskrit roots ‘bandhnāti,’ “he ties,” and Sanskrit ‘bandhana’ (बन्धन), “a bond.” In the 18th and 19th centuries bandanas were frequently known as bandannoes. (SOURCE: Wikipedia)
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For Scarf Display and Bandana Display by title…
” Grocery-Aisle Bandana Spinner Merchandising ”
” Bandana Head Wrap Frozen Food Display ”
” Bandana Body Form Merchandising At Nordstrom ”
” Bandana Bib PowerWing Cross Sell ”
” Henri Bendel Bandana Headform Display ”
” Have-An-Attitude Bandana Pole Display Rack ”
“Louis Vuitton® Multi-Racial Wood”
“Polo® Androgynous Headgear”
“Polo® Scarf as Headband”
“How Wolford Ties a Bandana“
“How Louis Vuitton Ties a Bandana”
“Yayoi Kusama Bandana for Vuitton“
“Hand-painted Headform Scarf Tie”
“Kerchief vs Scarf Merchandising“
“Louis Vuitton Spring Kerchiefs“
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