The Essential Guide to Men’s Ties

by Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Do you know how to choose the right tie? Here, you’ll learn about the different types of men’s tiesA tie is the first thing people notice so make sure you wear it right.

Here’s a round up of neckwear knowledge:

1. Skinny Tie: 1.5 Inches

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The skinny tie is a bit more trendy and best paired with an edgy, more casual look. Wear it with a leather jacket or anything black.

 

2. The Ad Man: 2.5 inches

This fashion accessory was first introduced in the late 1960s and has made a comeback. Suited in semi-formal, this tie makes a great match for a suit and folded pocket square. The tie will pop against your shirt and create a bold statement.

 

3. The Classic Tie: 3 inches

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You can wear this tie with almost anything: from shirt and jeans to a three-piece suit.

 

4. The Italian: 3.5+ inches

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Who says wide ties aren’t sexy? Pair a textured number with a double-breasted jacket. Keep it a little disheveled.

Whether you’re suiting up for the office or going out for the night, a tie allows you to pull together the disparate elements of your outfit with a touch of texture or complementary color. So go ahead and wear a tie with confidence.

 

Here’s a video tutorial on how to tie an Oriental Knot easily from Tie Guy:

 

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