I can think of no times in which I’d wear a neckerchief, a handkerchief or any other neck accessory if I’m being honest in this very public space. But if I wanted to start down that path, these Split Neckerchiefs from Kiriko seem like they’d be a good jumping off point.
Made from two separate Japanese-milled fabrics and “sewn, pressed and packaged” in Portland, Oregon, each piece comes with its own leather cuff, which seems like a nice thing to include—especially if it’s one’s first foray into neckerchief territory.
(I know it’s probably a totally different thing, but a leather cuff feels like it’s the accessory version of rubber-banded chopsticks. Anyways.)
They measure in at 32”-37” x 11” (ish) and come in four different colorways—Indigo Kasuri-Red Asanoha, Yellow Kasuri Asanoha-Blue Same Komon, Indigo Shima-Shibori and Yellow Shima-Green Shibori—for those of you into options.
Available for $54 at Kiriko.