Men's tie to play his or her identity, status, personal appearance of a more important role than other parts capability. In the regular day, whether it is the men's shirt or neckties looks very good in texture and color. However, it could be a bad situation if those two do not coordinate each other. Your impression will be greatly downgraded. Once you know the rules of matching suits and neckties, you will no longer have trouble when trying to select a pair.
In the business occasion, men dressed in suits are the most decent and popular choice. Mens suits are timeless and convenient, yet can bring problems to fashion. Businessmen should know how to coordinate their attire for different settings and occasions. The following tips between suits and neckties can be the secret for your wardrobe.
The end of your necktie should just reach your belt buckle; your tie will not look right if it's too long or too short. Although most neckties are about 55 -58 inches but can ultimately be any length. The right length of neckties is totally based on the personal stature and how to tie your neckties.
The width of the neckties is also very important. While there are no formal rules for the width of a necktie, it should coordinate with the width of the suit collar. At present, the width of neckties refers to the widest section of the necktie big end and is usually 4 4.5 inches.
The most practical style of the neck tie is the one with no pattern, however there are a large variety of colors and patterns available. The solid color neckties can work with any style of suits or shirts. No matter shirts with flower pattern or large lattice, or dark suits with a wide variety of stripes, monochrome ties are all good to go; even sometimes, some shirts or suits only work with a solid color tie. Single color neckties are popular and effective with a broad number of suit styles, colors and patterns. A simple yet elegant monochrome necktie will feature the texture and workmanship of a fine suit.
Mens neckties, with a balanced design of geometric patterns, are popular for a wide variety of occasions, and are easily matched to suits. The main color of the necktie is the background color of this tie. The color of your tie and suit should be similar or contrasting, and the designs should have a similar color as your shirt. For example, the necktie in a sapphire blue background with a white dot pattern should go with a white shirt and a sapphire blue suit following the above rule. Odd patterns may undermine the overall order of your attire, thus you should consider avoiding ties with these patterns. Generally speaking, a conservative necktie does not match with a bright colored shirt or pattern.
Silk ties are ideal; they're bright but not too loud, and they are suitable for any venue or occasion. At present, we see businessmen generally wearing silk neckties. Every business elite could be more successful from an appropriately selected silk tie.