Just like a house is incomplete without furniture, a stylish man would know that his wardrobe is incomplete without certain accessories. Things like scarves, socks and ties are all essentials for a well-rounded look. They not only protect certain parts of your body, they can also be used as a fashion accessory.
Read below to find out about the different types of ties every man should have in his wardrobe for a complete look. There are ties to wear with dinner suits and ties to wear for everyday looks and even ties for that special day in your life.
This is the first piece a man should have when it comes to ties. It’s always better to start from scratch and work your way up. Darker colours work best and can be paired with pale and neutral hued shirts. Opt for smooth and matte finishes and avoid anything that is too bright or shiny. Popular colours are dark blue, purple, green and burgundy. Get a few ones and practice wearing them. When you are comfortable, you can opt for different textures and patterns.
This pattern consists of curved repeating designs which have originated from the Middle East. The figures have intricate borders and are filled with abstract designs. They are often placed on a sold background which gives the whole fabric a nice contrast. These are great options for semi-formal looks however make sure you pair your tie with neutral shirts.
Polka Dot Neckties
Polka dots are fun and cherry prints which are great for the quirky dresser. Pair them with neutral colours or even bold hued shirts for a different look that will make everyone to stop and stare at you in awe.
These are ties specific to a university or school. They are usually dark in colour like blue, green or burgundy with the school’s logo on it. Some of them might have a few prints or stripes however most of them are just a solid colour with the logo. They are different from the usual ties as they slant from left to right and downwards.
Tartan or Plaid Neckties
This ties are easily recognised due to their prints which is usually stripes with different widths and colours. For a necktie, this is often arranged at an odd angle so the pattern looks like diamonds when viewed from the front as opposed to squares.
These ties are not as popular so keep going in and out of fashion. They are a great piece to have so consider getting a few. They are a lot heavier and bulkier than usual ties and have a bumpy thick texture that is common with knitted fabrics. These would suit broad shouldered men and those with broad faces. Avoid this if you are on the skinnier side.
Now that you are a bit familiar with the different types of ties, why not decide which one you like and order a few from your nearest clothing store or order online for a great addition to your wardrobe. Ask for assistance for a store clerk if you are unsure which style would suit your body shape and frame.