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  • The foulard of the English gentlemen is called Ascot, its origins date back to the nineteenth century precisely in the city of Ascot in Great Britain where it was usually worn in the hippodrome for horse races.
    It is a simple silk drape with two large edges and a thinner central part that is used behind the neck.
    It simply knots into the collar of the shirt and lets it puff out at the throat, is extremely versatile, keeps it warm and protects the neck and is an excellent cure-all for those suffering from neck pain.
    Those who love to wear the ascot appreciate style and refinement but also the "aristocratic" effect it offers and that does not go unnoticed.

    Date online: 2019-10-26

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