Silk scarves are practical in all climates. Today's blog focusses on the northeast, whose climate is identified as Humid Continental. United States northeast and midwest fall in this climate, typified by large seasonal temperature differences, with warm to hot summers and cold winters.
Picture a quaint old farmhouse outside Philadelphia, with stone walls two feet thick and oddly proportioned rooms, wide creaky wooden floorboards and doors so short most men must duck to go through. These old structures while endearing, are also drafty. A silk scarf keeps the chill off while adding a classy accent to your wool jacket, jeans and boots.