A Proper Guide to Wearing Skinny Ties for First Timers

Taking cues from the styles of yesteryears, skinny ties are back in the fashion streets. Given the trending factor of this category of ties, questions arise on how to properly wear a skinny tie, how to tie it, where to buy them and even which are the appropriate occasions for skinny ties. Here is a guide on skinny ties for first timers.

1. Skinny ties for informal occasions.

Skinny ties are ideal for both casual and formal occasions. For a casual look, wear a colored shirt that is slim fit. The tie knot in the casual set up may be tightened or left to hang loose on the neck of the shirt. To complete the casual, sophisticated look, roll up the sleeves of your shirt for a modern appearance. Wearing a skinny tie to work is entirely dependent on your work environment.

2. Skinny ties for formal occasions.

To get the perfect look with your skinny tie on a formal occasion, ensure you wear it with a solid (particularly black) fitted shirt that has a small collar. Always stay away from box like suits, or over sized shirts. This is because the slimness of the skinny tie should be well coordinated with a properly fitting attire to create a cohesive look.

3. The proper fit of the skinny tie

Skinny ties are mainly available between 1.5 inches – to 2.5 inches. Going wider than that gives the wearer a more traditional look while going thinner gives a more retro look. When properly tied and fitted, a good skinny tie should fall slightly above the belt line. It should not extend more than one inch below the belt or three inches above the belt.

If worn correctly, skinny ties are a fashion statement for both formal and informal occasion for men of all ages. The secret lies in learning the basic of the fashion trend and doing it properly. For more information find out here.

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