The tie stands for formality in the man’s wardrobe. But it also brings together a suit in its best light.
This is true that men don’t have much accessories compared to women so his ties should be well selected, diverse and mirror his personality while matching his suits.
If silk ties are more formal and seen more often in the office place, and you decide to loosen up a tad while keeping a tie on then try on a knit tie.
Knit ties have come back in fashion in the last few years and will keep you looking dashing, and modern.
The length of your tie should touch your belt or the top of your trousers. Too short will make you look out of proportion and unstylish.
And very possibly a waiter, if the tie is black over a white shirt.
The length is important but taking care of your tie is also something you should pay attention to.
While ties have gone slimmer in width. If you have a large torso, it’d best to go for a normal size as it will make your torso bigger and out of proportion with the tie.
Nonetheless a slim tie has style and can bring a dash of swagger in a man’s outfit.
Whatever you decide is best for you, you tie should be wrinkle-free and clean.
Because ties are made of the finest fabrics, you’ll want to ensure your unknot them when the day is through.
Sure enough, after a long day at work, it may be the last thing on your mind to remove your necktie.
But overtime, you will put undue stress on the fabric therefore don’t tug and pull the slipknot apart but instead reverse the tying moves and you’ll give a chance to your tie to rest and restore its shape.
If you don’t have any room to hang your ties then you should roll them up and put them in a box.
Otherwise, the other easy option is to drape them over a hanger.
And as the suit, if you happen to stain your tie, the best way to clean them is the dry-cleaner.
Never rub the little bugger as it would spread and go deeper in the fabric. Instead dab a little with soda water or it’s said you can use baking soda for greasy stains.
Ties can be places in your dress shoes if you travel – roll them up and stick them in your shoes.
They won’t take up any room in your bag and will keep their shape.