April 26, 2007

Scarves For Now

Ever since the Balenciaga FW07 show, I've been paying more attention to people's scarves rather than their bags.
OK, it's unfortunate I used Beckham as an example here, but these scarves are pretty unisex.
These look like heavy (warm) scarves, but I like them so I posted them here too. I really like Kirsten's purple and blue one, (but perhaps not the best outfit to match with.)
It is getting a bit warm to wear big, thick scarves, but it may be the perfect time to wear light scarves. Plus scarves are a great and practical way to add some colour to our mostly grey, black and white outfits (at least mines' are.)
These are from Urban Outfitters. They look really similar (or the same?) to the ones Beckham and Kirsten has on. My only question is, how the heck do you style the scarf that way?
A plaid one from Urban Outfitters. At the moment, these are definitely cooler than the Burberry signature scarves. (Although the Burberry ones are really winter rather than spring scarves.)
Here are two light, fun ones from Top Shop. The white one is great if you've got a colourful outfit on, and the printed one is just fun to accessorise with.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can't believe people are wearing keffiyehs now as a fashion accessory. They are supposed to be symbols of Palestinian nationalism. Not to mention they're fug. =\


4/26/2007 9:36 AM  
Blogger Weekly Blogette said...

The one Beckham is wearing is my favorite. But is it because he's wearing it or b/c of the scarf itself?hmmmm...

4/26/2007 12:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am sickened and appalled that you would irresponsibly promote the kaffiyeh scarf as "fashionable". At thier base these are a strong politcal statement. Are you unaware of thier heavy political background and if so what closet have you been hiding in? In the US these scarves were pulled from Urban Outfitters shelves after strong public outcry.
In my opinion you can't wear these without making a political statement, and thats fine as long as you agree with that statement, freedom of speech/expression is good. But if you don't even know what this scarf stands for and you are wearing it in ignorance than that is just an irresponsible public statement of solidarity with terrorists and bloodshed.


4/26/2007 12:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

anonymous 2:36 these are quite popular in europe unfortunately, i first saw them recently on the bglam blog, she said they are everywhere in the uk. i agree with you; they are not attractive

anonymous 5:34 i consider myself quite astute and i was unaware of the political significance of these scarves until very recently. you say it's all right to wear them knowingly, but not in ignorance. that makes no sense to me. these bloggers are busy undergrads and probably just didnt realize what the scarves symbolize, as i didn't until very recently.

i am glad uo is no longer selling these in the us, but i believe they are available in the uk last time i checked.

4/26/2007 1:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It doesn't have the same pattern as a kaffiyeh.

What's more, it's very ignorant and rather insulting of you to associate the Palestinian kaffiyeh (I assume you think it resembles that particular one the most closely) with terrorism! To lump an entire nation of people into the category of "terrorist" for expressing national pride is an insult to anyone's intelligence; one is not a terrorist until one commits and act of terrorism. The American brand of "patriotism" seems to be forgiven much more easily by people such as yourself, Confederate flags and all.

4/26/2007 2:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well i think they are really cute, like i think maybe most people didnt realise what it was like me. Im still going to buy one as they are really cute and it is quite popular here (UK) so dont worry harrods girl!! by the way this blog roxs

4/26/2007 4:48 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

these have been in fashion in the left scene in europe since the 80's, but they have always been worn with respect to the political message! when they're worn as a pure fashion accessory, that is just disgusting

4/26/2007 5:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with anonymous 7:57, in that any non-American brand of patriotism is seen as terrorism. I wear a kaffiyeh sometimes as a scarf, except I actually bought mine while living in Jeddah instead of spending like a hundred bucks at some high street store. Maybe they are a political statement now, but Arabs have been wearing them for a really long time as head scarves, so before you put your labels on them, just consider that they are a traditional item of clothing, which perhaps some people are choosing to bring into more modern outfits. It's certainly not a sin. It's the result of people leaving their countries but still wanting to respect their culture.

4/26/2007 5:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi all,

As I understand it, in the UK and other football-loving nations people (not exclusively of middle eastern descent) wear kaffiyeh in their teams' colors--that would suggest that these scarves aren't always worn as a serious, weighty statement. In fact, the people I know who wear what you might call "political" kaffiyeh usually wear red and white or black and white rather than, say, green and yellow for their team.

But that's fashion for you--fashion is no respecter of persons, morality or nation. Whether it was Mao jackets in the sixties or just silks and cashmeres cheapened by the opium wars and famine in the nineteenth century, fashion has always reflected global politics and economics. And since those are so often unjust, fashion doesn't always show up well.

It shouldn't surprise anyone, either, that in this time of "war on terror" fashion is picking up on things that reference/symbolize/suggest political conflict in the middle east. A kaffiyeh has an added resonance/frisson/whatever now, plus it's also sort of retro at the same time.

Good or bad? Hard to say. It might be more useful--when you want to talk about good and bad--to talk about political matters in appropriate forums. After all, people's anxiety about the kaffiyeh derives from politics, not from its aesthetic merits.

On the aesthetic merits, they're nice scarves, too--big, simple,graphic, light, cheap and easy to wear. Hard to beat. I haven't worn mine in years, but maybe I'll dig it out.

4/26/2007 8:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't know what Political Statement the scarves make, however, I do know I just cleaned my closet and threw the ones I had away because they didn't work with my attitude. . .

4/26/2007 8:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Come to think of it they UGLY,yuck!

4/26/2007 8:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i understand what everyone is saying about the political statements these specific scarves are making but i don't think we should lose sight of what HG is saying.
i love wearing my silk scarves as accessories. they can make the most basic look totally individual and interesting.

4/26/2007 9:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thank you, anonymous 7:57. it's about time americans started to think before openly associating a SCARF with "terrorists and bloodshed." ordinary citizens have been wearing the keffiyeh for decades & decades. it's quite irresponsible for commenters to say that it's linked with terrorism when really, it's just a symbol of palestinian nationalism.

what about mao jackets? what about the trend of 'military' dressing that has been so rampant in recent seasons? fashion is a form of expressing the cultural & political mores of the time. although i find it sort of annoying that st. mark's hipsters have co-opted this accessory, given the growing awareness of the situation in the middle east, it doesn't surprise me.

mostly, i feel bad for the bloggers here -- they didn't seem to realize/didn't want to delve into the meaning behind these scarves, which is sad.

4/26/2007 9:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i think these are really cute! & being as it's not even the same pattern as a traditional kaffiyeh anyway i don't see what the big deal is. love the blog harrrods girl!

4/26/2007 10:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous 2:44; thank you for that condescending last paragraph. As has ben pointed out above, this is not such a big thing in the U.K. where Harrod's girl is. I read the papers all the time and I had no idea about the political statements the scarf made. It is possible to be aware of what is happening around the world and in politics without knowing where these scarves originated from. If I am being ignorant please tell me.

4/26/2007 10:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm sorry, I should clarify, I do know what the Keffiyeh is, I just didn't realise that these scarves were supposed to be imitating them.

4/26/2007 10:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The top six scarves in the pictures are EVERYWHERE in the UK. They're part of the 'indie' culture, which is ironic really, 'cause 'indie' is mean to be individual...

Personally, I don't really like them but the Topshop ones aren't too bad :)

4/26/2007 11:53 PM  
Blogger Harrods Girl said...

Wow, the comments for this post is some of the most interesting I've read. I knew Keffiyeh were culutral scarves before, but I didn't realise they actually make political statements. Like some readers have pointed out, loads of people (esp the 'indie' ppl) wear them in London so I didn't think there was anything wrong with them.

4/27/2007 1:35 AM  
Blogger ENID P. said...

cute. I want to wear a scarf like this...looking all non-chalant.


4/27/2007 7:58 AM  
Blogger luxuryduck said...

like clam-diggers or tights, this needs to come to an end. now.

4/27/2007 9:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't get how these scarfs look like kaffiyehs...aren't those worn on the head? I don't love the trend and definitely don't think I could pull off the styling...maybe I Am Fashion will mention how when she's forced to write an apology post to all the people offended by these scarves :(

4/27/2007 10:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd just like to make the point that Harrod's girl should not apologize. As some others have pointed out above, I think it is irresponsible and ignorant for people to promote these scarves as symbols of "terrorism and bloodshed". They are the ones who should be apologizing, if these scarves are worn all over the middle east, they are a symbol of a culture, which can't simply dumped be in a category - "evil terrorists" - created in and by the U.S.

4/27/2007 4:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For crying out loud, all you little "political" twits need to get over yourselves! Oh no, you can't wear a fringed scarf, represents blah blah blah...How many of you have worn camouflage in one form or another? In greens or pinks or blues? Well, you should probably stop since it represents war and killing! See how ridiculous it sounds? Please PLEASE do the rest of us a favor (as well as yourselves) and read up a bit before you launch into a ridiculous diatribe of epic proportions. Look up keffiyeh on Wikipedia, and pay particular attention to the third segment.

4/27/2007 10:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What about swastikas? Are those okay too?

4/29/2007 10:17 AM  
Blogger Asi Mod said...

I'm seeing lots of metrosexual (and gay) men in NYC wearing pashmina scarves now. And I find that very sexy.

5/01/2007 2:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm not sure what a metrosexual is? What does that term mean?

I did find this website recently www.fashionscarvesandshawls.com that sells a lot of different and beautiful pashmina shawls.

5/17/2007 10:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How do you actually buthescarves on i want to know its confusing i wantt wear mines lik david beckhamm !!

5/27/2007 10:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"What about swastikas? Are those okay too?"

Yup, if thats what you prefer..or maybe the Star of David?

6/03/2007 2:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think we should be reminded as well that these are scarves first and foremost, and a group of people adopted it as a symbol and attached a meaning to it that is convenient to them (political with this one). And I think we shouldn't fuss too much with the political association of the scarf because meanings change. It can be taken out of context, that's meaning making, culture making plain and simple.

And the swastika can be found in some religious relics, as well as on nazi uniforms.

6/05/2007 9:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

for wearing it like beckham (bend it like beckham? hahaha) you can fold it once into a huge triangle and when you drape it around your neck let it bunch up so that it doesn't look like a huge bib. or you can try to make the triangle smaller not by folding more triangles but try folding the longer side crosswise (the side you tie around your neck) and when you drape it it will bunch up again. then bring the two ends back up front again and you can tie it under the triangular part in front or if it's still long, drape it around your neck once more and tie it.

6/05/2007 9:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's not always a political statement. Everyone is making toooo huge of a deal about this. Think about the camoflauge that has gotten (and stayed so popular) for years. Does that mean that everyone who wears camo wants to fight in the army?? Besides, the different colors are associated with different countries. Only the black and white one is for Palestine (FREE PALESTINE!!!!) while red and white is associated with Jordan. I just returned to the U.S. from Jordan where EVERY SINGLE MAN is wearing one, and there are a million different colors. I bought a bunch, and now I'm selling them, just not the traditional colors for personal reasons. I think it's great that something from the Middle East is so popular in the U.S. since people have such negative views of the Middle East right now. And also they are really chic if worn well.....


9/16/2007 3:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have to say that I am starting to think of the keffiyehs as political statements at this point. Which is why I just ordered two of them. In black and white.

9/17/2007 9:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wear it. Don't wear it. we've been ripping off traditional styles for centuries and not limited to fashion either. The irony is that our ignorance has nothing to do with Arab headdress.

11/29/2007 7:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ive got to scarves in the similar style but not the same design as the two on the top.
i cant get mine to look right?
its quite big and im trying to get it to look like beckhams but with little success.
i got lost following the above instructions.

12/04/2007 6:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you think Urbo or TopShop put these out on their shelves with intentions of it being worn with political influence or interest, you're ignorant.
Regardless of a stance on Palestine or your stance on today's fashion, it's a piece of fabric.
You all should be used to the fact that people are OKAY with and WILL wear whatever they want, with combining culture and fashion.

12/11/2007 1:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The majority of the british population beleives us muslims are terrorists, yet they promote the kaffiyeh scarves.
They compleatly crush the message of what the scarv is there for.
The scarve is a symbol to those who wish to be involved in the islamic religion and palestein.

I myself am british and i reverted to islam around 6 months ago and i find it compleatly demining.

God Bless To All
Henry Zahir

1/14/2008 5:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I decided to wear one of these keffiyehs after buying it from Urban outfitters this last weekend. I went out to the bars in Tempe, Arizona which consists of 3 groups of people mostly(people from L.A., People from the east coast, and locals from Arizona). I got many compliments on it, how ever I found the only ones that were being negative about it were the locals that were actually from Arizona.

By the end of the night I ended up in a fist fight with an ex-marine that I didn't even know because he decided to give me his opinion when it wasn't warranted.

I have a black eye and my nose is swollen. All for what? a piece of clothing? I don't regret wearing it at all nor do I regret my choice in fashion.. what I mean is that I can not believe how narrow minded people really are. People like this ex-marine are a disgrace to humanity in my eyes and are a burden in evolution. In many aspects, someone that would psychially hurt another person for their choice in clothing is in no way better then the actual terrorists themselves.

I will not wear the keffiyeh again not because of the fight I got into, not because of it's political meaning... but because of how to me it is a symbol of how narrow-minded our race can prove to be. People like that particular marine should be disgusted with themselves.

1/30/2008 2:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ive just got myself one of these scarfs!
And too all you people saying its "political" ra de da ... Its A Scarf!!!
People wear what they want when they want - If you think thats discusting then dont wear one?
Some people need too get over it!

I loved this post! Really helpful ...
Now to learn how to wear this thing!

2/21/2008 7:55 PM  
Blogger yourfavoriteweapon said...

everyone complaining about the scarf and all its political undertones, get over it...it was first worn by palestinians when the country was taken over by the british..it was a fashion statement to show the struggle that they went through, just because some crazy ass people have worn it in their lifetimes doesn't mean shit. people have always expressed themselves through fashion this is one of those times

3/05/2008 6:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i no these represent something else but there hella tight!

3/23/2008 1:08 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Hahaha what outrage! These scarfs are hella popular in Toronto, and Montreal... lots of other places as well. Everyone's got one. We (including me) wear them because they look hot. They're not even the same print as a keffiyeh nor have I ever seen a traditional keffiyeh in hot pink or mustard yellow. THIS IS A FASHION STATEMENT. all you people should direct this political energy to your member of congress or governor or senator or someone who actually gives a shit that you're pissed off and is in a position to do something about it.

This is a fashion blog.

3/31/2008 10:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I can't believe people are wearing keffiyehs now as a fashion accessory. They are supposed to be symbols of Palestinian nationalism. Not to mention they're fug. =\"

Dude, you are saying bullshit.

4/15/2008 3:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i think these scarfs are really cool!! because when your wearing it you look gangsta, but fashionable! my friend was the first person i saw to wear it in fresno.

5/18/2008 7:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's really sad that people think we are not allowed to wear something, just because it's a sign of Palestinian Culture. They wear what they wear, we wear whatever we want for the fasion. Why was no one offended when the Beret's became popular? That's a part of French Culture, isn't it?

5/22/2008 11:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Im glad to say that b4 i actually went and bought one i took time to actually find out what was the big deal, now i know and im wearing it proudly. I suggest you do the same b4 passing any judgements.
South africa

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7/14/2008 11:04 AM  
Blogger Buhle Bonga said...

Come on now people! Kaffiyeh scarves are th next big thing in fashion and here in South Africa we are rocking them! They were the fashion item at the recent arts festival in Grahastown. Why does everything have to be about politics, even in fashion. They rock and they are here to stay! Thanx to Balenciaga for bringing the kaffiyeh back! Halla

7/18/2008 6:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who on earth decided that this scarf is associated with Palestine? The whole Arab world wears them, are they all "terrorists"..?! Just because you're wearing a piece of cloth with a particular checkering on it means that you advocate war and bloodshed...?!
It's not a religious nor a political thing, Arabs wore them to protect their heads from the scorching sun.
I, in fact, see it as a nice thing for a Middle Eastern heritage being popular in western societies. Plus, it's pretty cute ;)

7/20/2008 5:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

okay whoever said "In the US these scarves were pulled from Urban Outfitters shelves after strong public outcry" is full of shit.

i LIVE in the US and i WORK at urban outfitters (and have for 2 years straight) and never ever have we pulled any accessory item from our shelves due to "strong public outcry" including these scarves.

because thats what they are. SCARVES. blind people sometimes wear sunglasses and have a seeing eye dog to help aid them...so that obviously means that EVERYONE who wears sunglasses and walks a dog on a leash at the same time is being disrespectful towards the blind.

i have a large collection of these scarves and one of my best friends was born and raised in india and guess what? she wears them too.
not because she is trying to show religious or political affiliation...but because they are cute and in style.

9/23/2008 5:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous 12:34..from a long time ago.

It makes me sad as a human to read some of the ridiculous statements made about this scarf. It's a friggin scarf. Who the cares what a scarf means in another country.

First off, my guess is that it started out as a scarf to keep the sand and sun from your face and neck. Fairly practical. Then some bored morons with strong irrational opinions, much like yourself, and some of the posters here, decided that the colors of your scarf mean you're part of one group and hated by the other. Does this sound familiar to anyone?

The gangs in the US are the same way, Red=Bloods, Blue=Crips, Yellow=Latin Kings...etc. Shown by baseball caps and jerseys, and HANDKERCHIEFS!

That being said, you don't let that stop you from wearing a baseball caps or Handkerchiefs do you?

If the few of you want to get real particular, why not boycott wearing your Nikes or Adidas that are made with slave labor in China, or your Abercrombie clothes that are made by kids who get paid less than a dollar a day in Vietnam.

Look in the mirror when you rant about terrorists fashion statements, because those kids that make your clothes are terrified of not eating if they don't provide you with your luxuries.

10/07/2008 9:16 AM  
Blogger Dee {$} Jackson said...

these are simply scarves...the decision to wear one as a political statement wonderful...and i think that having more people wearing them (regardless of their individual reasoning)only helps the original concept by becoming a popular icon in style; more people that wear them, the stronger the original protest...if it is that reverent in the first place!??! i love them because its a fashion icon that blur the barriers of gender, sexuality, generations, socio-economic divisions and race...

11/08/2008 1:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm pretty sure that these scarves are purely a fashion statement, nothing more. It has nothing to do with politics OR terrorists. Its just a scarf, people.

12/03/2008 11:23 PM  
Blogger Lirun said...

interesting.. its penetrating israeli mainstream fashion now too..


12/16/2008 7:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Its kind of funny how people have problems with a scarf with patterns on it. yeah sure its political in palestine but im sure Nazi's and communist Russians wore regular scarfs like we always here in america still to this day. just because a bad person wears it doenst mean its bad!

12/26/2008 6:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are they still ugly to you all now? Do you understand the meaning behind Free Palestine now? Wear your kaffiyeh with pride and support the freedom of Palestinians. FREE PALESTINE.

1/06/2009 3:41 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

www.properapparel.com says

before you support any fashion movement, and especiallly before you bash it....you should do your research

The black-and-white keffiyeh is a symbol of Palestinian heritage. The red-and-white keffiyeh is worn throughout these regions as well as in Somalia, but is most strongly associated with Jordan, where it is known as shmagh mhadab. The Jordanian keffiyeh has cotton decorative strings on the sides. It is believed that the bigger these strings, the more value it has and the higher a person’s status. It has been used by Bedouins throughout the centuries and was used as a symbol of honour and tribal identification.

1/13/2009 10:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think that the keffiyeh is beautiful, and this junk about how people can't wear them because of the political statement is ridiculous! The political statement attached makes them that much cooler! And keffiyehs are worn throughout the Middle East, not just in Palestine, so the statement isn't even that major of one. Some people are so ridiculous.

2/10/2009 6:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

omg people they look cool thats why ppl wear them! its not ignorance! unless your saying that your country is ugly and only dresses up every now and then thats stupid! we dress up to look good and scarvs help god you peopl are being so gay! at least people care bout how they look but i guess you dont you can only wear it for political reasons blah blah blah blah blah. NO ONE CARES WHAT THEY STAND FOR ITS A FASHION STATEMENT

4/03/2009 4:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree that it is a fashion statement. The way people are outraged is ridiculous. I understand that no one wants to feel like their heritage and culture is being lost or disrespected due to a misrepresentation of the article of clothing, HOWEVER, saying that people are ignorant for innocently following a fashion trend is insane. It's like saying no one should wear jeans unless they are Jewish carpenters. Besides, if the wearer is not a follower of your said traditions you can't expect them to automatically know the meaning behind a patterned "scarf" aroud your neck. To them it may very well have a meaning alternative to what you believe so LAY OFF!!!!

4/06/2009 9:52 AM  
Blogger RWEStaff said...

All the girls that work at our offices wear these.. we just posted a blog showing all the new scarves we got in for 2009: http://rockworldeast.blogspot.com/2009/05/summer-fashion-scarves-how-to-tie-scarf.html

5/09/2009 6:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I accidently stumbled on this page and I have to say that you can call what you will but I am a soldier who has fought in both Iraq and Afghanistan and I wore a shamagh in both countries. And no I do not suppot terrorism because I wore a fucking scarf.

7/11/2009 5:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I couldn't have said it better! It fits how I feel exactly! This issue is so close to home that you're all talking out of you emotions! Perhaps you hate the race which the scarves represent to you? Then you are a political or religious minority who shouts over others. Blah. Besides, UN elite soldiers wear them all the time!

For crying out loud, all you little "political" twits need to get over yourselves! Oh no, you can't wear a fringed scarf, represents blah blah blah...How many of you have worn camouflage in one form or another? In greens or pinks or blues? Well, you should probably stop since it represents war and killing! See how ridiculous it sounds? Please PLEASE do the rest of us a favor (as well as yourselves) and read up a bit before you launch into a ridiculous diatribe of epic proportions. Look up keffiyeh on Wikipedia, and pay particular attention to the third segment.

9/26/2009 12:28 AM  
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10/04/2009 6:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

These scarves are cute. However I am more into Pashmina Scarves.

10/26/2009 1:28 PM  
Blogger Elaine said...

Two years + later I come across this and think, "It's a way to wear a triangle shaped scarf. Get over it."

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Blogger PeterBracken said...

Nice scarves. I like the Burberry Scarves very much. Last week i have brought 10pairs of scarves online from US big shopping mall. Its easy to buy it online.

11/12/2010 2:32 PM  
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