The invention is a scarf that features one button and multiple button holes for convenience and style.
Snow, sleet and frigid temperatures that accompany winter months dampens the enjoyment of outdoor recreational activities and slows progress at the workplace. A common article of clothing worn by many people to help combat such cold temperatures is the scarf. Even though around for countless years the scarf does have disadvantages. First, it is always prone to slipping down and falling off due to the long excess that typically hangs out. Second, most scarves are of a relatively thin design which requires multiple turns about ones neck for any insulating value. This in turn makes it difficult to put on and take off. These disadvantages are especially troublesome for children. Accordingly, there is a need for a means by which one can be afforded the functionality of a scarf without the disadvantages.
Homemakers trying to find an easier way to dress their children for the cold, inventors Melissa and Danessa Ruiz of West Covina, California developed the Button Scarf- a clever innovation that makes the scarf more functional.
The invention is a scarf that features one button and multiple button holes for convenience and style. This innovation has multiple purposes, not only does is warm the neck but it can be adjusted to warm ears. When buttoned the scarf stays secure around ones neck avoiding entanglement and snags. The fully insulated accessory is ideal for boys, girls, and adults. The use of the Button Scarf provides a means to keep ones neck area warm without the disadvantages of conventional scarves which is convenient yet fashionable.