Neckties and shirts are two important elements for a man clothing. How to match each other is an important aspect to create a stunning look. Combining a tie with your suit and shirt is not that hard. It requires only a basic understanding of color pattern and proportion which can be used to build an interchangeable wardrobe.
Three most important factors to match while wearing a tie are-
- Necktie Pattern
- Necktie Color
- Necktie Proportion
Neckties are versatile enough for wearing to a business event, client meeting, interview, wedding and funeral. There are different types of tie patterns to chose from with the easy option of buying custom ties online.
- Solids: The Solid necktie is the most versatile and can be worn by anyone without prior knowledge of pattern mixing and matching. While other options such as foulard ties can also be highly appealing.
- Stripe: The British Regimental Stripe Tie can be considered one of the ‘original’ pieces of men’s neckwear. With a stripe running downwards from the wearers left shoulder to his right waist, the British Regimental tie has its roots in history.
- Foulard: Foulard refers to a small scale pattern with basic block repeat. It’s neat geometric repeating pattern and is appropriate for business meetings, other formal settings or even less formal occasions.
The colors of neckties can take your look to a different level. When it comes to color variations, the options are virtually limitless. You can select numerous colors according to your taste, preference and style. Here are the options you can go for-
- Red Ties
- Burgundy Ties
- Navy Ties
- Light Blue Ties
- Pink Ties
- Orange Ties
- Yellow Ties
- Black Ties
- White Ties
- Green Ties
- Brown Ties
- Purple Ties and more
The width of men’s neckties has changed from time to time. Earlier most of the neckties come with 4+ inch wide. Today most neckties range from 3.25 to 3.75 inches. Skinny ties are 1.5 to 2.5 inches in width and will look best with modern European cut suits. Just keep in mind that the widest part of the lapel and the widest part of the tie should be similar in width.
Neckties are great finishing piece and undoubtedly one of the essential items of men’s dressing. They promote credible, professional and respectable look and portray self-confidence of a man.