When it comes to fashion and style, nobody fares better than the Brits. Our attires come with classy tones and modern fluidity, which translate into effortless fashion.
You can pick up formal shirts in all kinds of colours these days, but the most popular options remain white, blue, and pink. Pairing the colour and style of your tie to the colour of your shirt is a vital part of looking well-dressed, so we thought we’d provide a quick overview of how to bring together the right type of tie with each popular colour of shirt.
Popular culture works to assign specific clothing to a particular event — like Wimbledon whites, for example. Golf is no exception. With its specific, smart dress code, we’ve witnessed a move from the course to our everyday wardrobes. Now, the clothing is more than just sportswear. Explaining this transition is menswear designer Ralph Lauren:
It’s easy to underestimate just how many different factors need to be considered when you have to select your new corporate ties, but, before you think about printed vs woven or silk vs polyester, you really need to think about what colours you’ll be using.
Bow ties were once reserved purely for stuffy old professors and young children, but they’re becoming more and more popular. Unless you go down the clip-on route, which isn’t exactly the most sophisticated option, you’re going to find yourself having to decide between either self-tied or pre-tied.