trademark navy blue scarf

stargazer

Senior Member
Slovenia, Slovenian
Hello everyone

Do you have any ideas what "trademark" here stands for:
"They had even gotten used to his gold monogrammed pinky ring, his trademark navy blue monogrammed cashmere scarf, and the copies of his headshot, which littered his parents' many houses and apartments and spilled out of his locker at the Riverside Preparatory School for Boys."
Could this mean that he always wore this scarf that it became typical of him, something that one could always associate with him? Thanks :)
 
  • Aupick

    Senior Member
    UK, English
    Yes. It becomes a part of his identity, so that if you were to travel to the other side of the world and come across a similar-looking scarf in a street market you would think, "Hey, that's stargazer's scarf!".
     

    stargazer

    Senior Member
    Slovenia, Slovenian
    Aupick said:
    Yes. It becomes a part of his identity, so that if you were to travel to the other side of the world and come across a similar-looking scarf in a street market you would think, "Hey, that's stargazer's scarf!".
    :) Thanks! Although I can't imagine myself wearing a cashmere scarf, let alone monogrammed :D
     
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