Thursday, April 26, 2012

men's corner: the not so serious tie...

while most associate a tie with work...think suit...crisp white shirt...and tie...there are ways to incorporate the "not so serious" tie with a casual look...

there might be a sports jacket involved...perhaps just a shirt and vest...the tie doesn't even have to be completely knotted tight...and what you get is a very put together casual won't look like you put no thought into what you are wearing...still looking hip without being too structured...

the point is...make it fun...with a "not so serious" are some great examples...

classic gingham tie
j crew

yacht seersucker tie
j crew


  1. I like those classic ties, they both have hip look.

    Christina @ Cashmere Sport Jacket

  2. The invention of cable ties by Robert Thomas and Hobert Betts in 1898 has been of great use till this date and with the span of time we do witness splendid enhancements in the structure and durability of cable ties. This innovation was more of a work of art than a creation by engineers which they both were. The main purpose of a tie is to hold together an assortment or bundle of wires. However, in today's world the use has been made more diverse with cable ties being used by police and military to tie the hands of criminals, and it really is tough to break free without getting wounds on the wrist.


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