Recent Examples of neckerchief from the Web
The costumes (by Ann Hould-Ward) are contemporary and neutral, with only the occasional flash of bright color: a madam’s red shoes, a fisherman’s stars-and-stripes neckerchief.
Managers float around in colorful sundresses, while backwaiters and baristas wear blue kitchen aprons, Oxford button ups from H&M, and, of course, colorful custom neckerchiefs.
Trump's appearance before an enthusiastic crowd of neckerchief-clad, saluting Scouts at a 14,000-acre compound was a distinct break from 80 years of presidential speeches to the nation's Scouts.
Intermediate The neckerchief—worn at one time or another by everyone from Cary Grant to Zayn Malik—keeps the sun off your neck and sops up sweat in a pinch.
Ian Gronosky, a photographer who lives south of Melbourne Beach, snapped images that afternoon of a limbless female mannequin wearing a gray vest and red neckerchief at the ship's wheel.
The strapless dress was nipped in the waist to accentuate Kardashian West’s hourglass physique, while a coordinating neckerchief was used to amp up the drama.
The very fitted tuxedo blazer vibe; the neckerchief, the super tight scarf around the neck is killer.
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Origin and Etymology of neckerchief
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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