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KL-collections suit rules

Fashion, Gentleman November 28, 2016 2 Comments
  1. The width of the tie should match the width of the lapel.
  2. In general, thin lapels are more modern. Wide lapels are more old-school, Mad Men style.
  3. A pocket square adds an extra level of polish, but make sure it doesn't match your tie in either pattern or fabric choice.

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How to Match a Tie – 3 Tips on Selecting your Necktie

Fashion, Gentleman November 28, 2016 2 Comments

When dressing in suit and tie, it is the necktie that will often add the dash of flavor to the overall outfit.

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1st Tie Matching Factor – Necktie Pattern

Fashion, Gentleman September 8, 2017

Ties come in many patterns ranging from stripes to paisleys to tartan-check.

So how would you go about matching a patterned tie to a pin-striped suit and a checkered pattern dress shirt? What are the rules to matching necktie patterns?

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2nd Tie Matching Factor – Necktie Color

Fashion, Gentleman September 8, 2017

When matching color the first thing you should do is look at all garments together to make sure that the colors are in harmony; if you have doubts trust your first impressions and try something different.

“Convincing yourself" something matches may enable you to wear it, but you'll not wear the combination with confidence. Trust first impressions – others you meet will.

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3rd Tie Matching Factor – Necktie Proportion

Fashion, Gentleman September 8, 2017

Although often not as important as either pattern or color, proportion can play a role in matching when a necktie varies from the standard 3.5 inch width and is either a skinny tie (less than 3 inches wide) or excessively wide tie (more than 3.75 inches).

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