It would be wrong to think that the ties are usually worn only with certain classical costumes. It's not at all like that. The male tie can also be dressed with democratic clothes. And most importantly, the t...
It would be wrong to think that the ties are usually worn only with certain classical costumes. It's not at all like that. The male tie can also be dressed with democratic clothes. And most importantly, the tie is picked up under the shirt, not under a jacket or a suit. Just one step - a properly fitted man's tie, has the advantage of giving your image of irresistibility, versatility, elegance and attracting the attention of passersby.
In everyday fashion there are no clear, definite rules defining and regulating color, drawing, style, shape and length of the tie itself. Nevertheless, there are several rules that, like the Pythagoras table, are not subject to controversy.
The tie is important for the width. It is regulated by lapels of a jacket. The wider the lapel of your jacket, the wider the tie itself should be chosen. The tip of the tie should not be below the upper edge of the belt. The shirt should not cover the tie knot and the tie itself should not slip out of the gates.
As for the colors themselves, they can be quite diverse: monochromatic, in strip, in a square, in a pattern, in a print. But, above all, a man's tie should be combined with both a suit and a shirt. In this case, the total gamma of colors of the tie must not exceed three. Ideal, the best option would be if the color of the tie repeats the colors of the garment. To a man's shirt in a cage, strip or any other bright shirt should only choose a single-color tie. And quite the opposite - to a single-color shirt, it's worth to pick a tie in a cage, preferably in a strip. The neckties with patterns should be carefully selected, in the tone of the shirt, and not the one that liked it. To dark men's suits and dark men's shirts, you should pick up the tie of light, lightened tones. And to light shirts and costumes are dark.