What do you this of this tie? link ?
It would match my room. But yeah, I like it.
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I like the color mr.vogue
its very cute. nice bold color
:D I like it.
i really like it but it depends on hoe well it may or may not compliment what the rest of the outfit looks like
like? white shirt?
white dress shirt isn't bad, it's the color/design of the pants and jacket if you have one, something that is more dull or subtle, something that compliments the tie but more importantly something that does not accentuate the tie even more just because it is so bold to begin with. It may be distracting to those around or it may be too vibrant and lively for say a funeral or something you know? But a job interview or a wedding or a date would be perfect for that tie.
it could be used for work too, my brother is a lawyer and likes fun ties but that aren't to bold since he has a serious job but he is a serious and egotistical guy that wants money and power so that's probably why he doesn't go too crazy. But it's the tie that brings out your personality so don't be afraid to simply wear the ties that you like the more
It's very attention grabbing, and would go well with plain white shirts or tan, maybe green for contrast.This would mark you as very confident and not afraid to take fashion risks!
Color is decent. Should work with charcoal and a white shirt or probably navy as well.
What ar your thoughts on it being a skinny or not?
It's slim but not super skinny. Which is more in fashion right now. If you have older suits with wider lapels it might not go as well.
I don't like skinny myself. The super skinny tie thing is kinda hipster. I like big and bolder but somewhere in the middle works for me.
if you're not trying to draw attention then leaning gently in the direction of fashion looks 'normal'. If you're interested in more ties let me know and I'll share some links.
I'm interested, what do you know about ties? Educate me please. :P
Yeah, I'm interested.
well a general note that I learned - and isn't directed at this tie - is not to swing for the fences on the tie in isolation. It sort of works but you're better off trying to complement your overall outfit. Play with texture not just color. For ties at a bargain check out thetiebar.com. All their ties are $15. The difference between them and many of my more expensive ties is laughably small. And they sell knit ties, linens, summer cottons...At a higher price...
I'd check out panta online out of NYC. I'm dying for one of their raw silk ties. In the winter they have cashmere blend ties. I have a pale blue cashmere/silk pocket square from pants that I can see people dying to touch. Sam Hober ties will do made to measure ties that reflect your exact height and knitting style. They'll also send you fabric samples pretty cheap so you can actually see them before they're made. Check out their grenadines in particular (while normal knit ties are less
Formal grenadine which is a really intricate knit is more formal)For pocket squares there's sort of a uk school and a us school. US school is more subtle, often a white or solid color. Maybe folded, maybe puff. If color think complementary. I'd go bolder on square then tie quite often. It's an accent. Try to mix textures vs tie as well. Uk school is to shove a wildly multicolored square in. It should match nothing. It's often said it should look like it was in your suit already.
Nice bold color. I would rock it with a black or white shirt.
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