National Scarf Day

If you love the look of scarves and need a reason to wear one, then you should probably be celebrating National Scarf Day. This holiday is observed every September 27th and encourages everyone to make a bold fashion statement by wearing their favorite scarf.

It doesn’t matter if it’s a cowl, an infinity scarf, a snood, a boa, a sarong, a shawl, or a muffler scarf. Just choose the one that you like, made out of the material you prefer, on this holiday. We’re all waiting to see what you decide to choose.

Amazing Facts About Scarves

Ready for some fresh scarf trivia? If you are, then we’re ready to dish out some amazing facts we’ve uncovered about scarves. Let’s take a look at them below.

  • Cashmere, wool, and silk are the most common materials used by manufacturers to make scarves.
  • In the 19th century, most silk scarves were made in China and distributed throughout the Philippines.
  • Experts agree that scarves should be matched with a person’s shoes or socks.

Observing National Scarf Day

We think we made it pretty clear with our introduction, but just in case we didn’t, we’ll say it once again: the purpose of this holiday is to encourage people to wear a scarf.

It doesn’t matter whether it’s made out of wool, cotton, silk, or some other material, or what design it has on it. Just put it on and sport it in style. While doing so, don’t forget to post a picture of your scarf to social media using the hashtag #NationalScarfDay.

When is it?
This year (2024)
September 27 Friday
Next year (2025)
September 27 Saturday
Last year (2023)
September 27 Wednesday