Nicki scarf

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Nicki scarf

A neckerchief is a square neckerchief made of light textiles such as cotton or silk , in the format approx. 50 cm × 50 cm. It is worn close to the neck.

Nicki scarves were initially used by artisans and farm workers in the Netherlands and Great Britain. With the beginning of industrialization in the 19th century, industrial workers also carried them. In various versions, they became modern several times in the 20th century, especially around 1950 and 1970. At the beginning of 2002, designer Gabriele Strehle made yellow Nicki scarves part of the uniform of Lufthansa stewardesses.


  • Christiane Keller-Krische: Nicki scarves - small scarves really big , Keller-Krische, hobby and leisure literature , Gau-Algesheim 2000, ISBN 3-928382-02-0

Individual evidence

  1. Marion Ohrendorf: Pocket dictionary of fashion terms, Schlütersche, 2004, ISBN 3899940164
  2. ^ Lufthansa Uniforms since 1970 on (private website); Promotional video for the new uniform from 2002 on