What if, at age 19, at the threshold of life, you had wandered through an early English morning mist as a curious American undergraduate at Oxford, wearing your necessary 7-foot-long Oxford scarf (long enough to go twice around your neck and still trail behind you in the wind)…
Is it too late?
Get one. Put pressure on yourself.
See how you’re going to turn out.
Oxford Undergraduate Scarf (No. 2591). 17 inches wide. 7 feet long. Distinguished, soft, thick, Irish wool tweed. Color: About two dozen different browns, blues, sepias, umbers, oatmeals and even
an odd red here and there.