a cravat with wide square ends, tied so that the ends are laid flat; the ends are often secured with an ornamental pin; -- called cravat in Britain.
a man's broad necked scarf - fastened with tie tack or stick pin.
A double-knot tie with wide ends that folds over the chest and is fastened with a stick pin. Usually worn with a winged-collar tuxedo shirt to accessorize a morning suit.
a wide scarf or tie that is looped under the chin.
A necktie or scarf with broad ends, tied and arranged so that the ends are laid flat, one across the other, sometimes with a pin to secure them. Associated with dressing in a fancy manner for the Royal Ascot races. More of an adult garment. Christopher Wagner
A broad neck scarf looped under the chin and fastened with a tie pin. Worn with a wing collar shirt and cutaway coat.
A wide necktie that is looped over and held in place beneath the chin with a tie tack or stick pin.
Accessory; a wide scarf or necktie knotted so that its broad ends are laid flat upon each other. Often pinned together with a pearl stickpin and usually worn with a cutaway tuxedo. Today all ascots are banded for ease of use.
A necktie with wide ends, worn around the neck and looped under the chin. Part of formal dress, it is usually made of a plain fabric, often silk. The loop, or double knot is sometimes held in place by a pin or tack.
Mens neckwear popular during the mid-19th century. During that time, it was part of a formal dressing, During the mid 20th century, the ascot was adapted to be part of women clothing also.
A wide necktie, knotted so that its broad, square ends are laid flat upon each other, and secured with an ornamental pin.
a cravat with wide ends which men wore frequently in the mid-nineteenth century.
a scarf tied around the neck and held together with a pin
(as-kot) A cravat with wide square ends; secured with an ornamental pin.
A double-knot tie that folds over and is secured with a stick pin; usually accompanies a morning suit.
A cravat with wide square ends; typically secured towards the top middle with an ornamental pin.