Tie bars are a necessary accessory for any business person out there. They’re also a necessity for anyone wanting to up their tie game. The only problem is, if you don’t style them right it can make you look more ‘clueless’ than ‘stylish’. Here are some things you should know in order to style the tie bars correctly.
The Correct Length
Getting the tie bar length wrong is a common mistake. It is also a massive factor in the failure of tie bar wearing.
The rule is: Your tie bar should be no longer than three quarters of the width of your tie.
This means you may need to have a variety of tie clips depending on the different sizes of ties you own. Chunky ties may require larger tie clips to balance the out and skinny ties need to be met with shorter tie clips.
The Correct Height
Another mistake made by many tie clip wearers is that they often don’t know the optimal height your tie clip should be at.
A lot of people wear the clip low down and it isn’t a look that I’d recommend.
The rule is: Your tie clip should hold your tie pieces together and attach in between the 3rd and 4th buttons on your shirt.
If you have a business or a sports club, for example, it is a good idea to get custom personalised ties for the whole team. It is also advised that you provide them with matching tie clips too and advise everyone and how they should be worn. This helps make your team more reputable and show cohesion and professionality within the group.
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