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Ask most men what makes a tie one of the “best ties” and you’re likely to get several different answers.
One man might say the color, another might say the material, another might point to a particular pattern while still another may mention that the style of a tie makes it one of the best ties.
All of these reasons are fine but they are mostly opinions. While one man might think the best ties are blue because they give the wearer a regal look, another might say a black tie is best because it makes the wearer look sophisticated. One man may opt for traditional ties as the best ties, while someone else may say bow ties are the best neckties.
While none of these opinions are wrong, there are some facts about what makes a tie one of the best ties that cannot be disputed. Fashion experts have created some guidelines that you can follow when looking for the best ties for your wardrobe.
First, the best ties will be of quality fabric. Take silk for instance. A silk tie should, of course, be smooth to the touch, have a substantial thickness and be without blemishes or distortions. A silk tie that feels rough is not among the best ties. And because silk ties are often expensive, it’s important that the buyer check it out thoroughly before committing to purchase a silk tie.
Next, fashion experts recommend checking out the lining of the tie to see if it is among the best ties available. The best ties are traditionally lined with 100 percent wool, a step that is traditional among European tie makers. Ties that contain a wool blend or mixture in the inner lining are considered of poor quality and are not the best ties. The bottom line: the higher the percentage of wool, the better the tie.
Now take a look at the back of the tie. The area where the two sides of the tie meet to form a “V” should be joined together by a stitch (called a bar tack) in the best ties at both the large end and the small end. This feature of the best ties help the tie retain its shape and form. Also on the inside is a thread called the slip stitch that, when pulled, causes the tie to bunch. Having this thread is the sign of the best ties.
The best ties are made of fabric that is cut on a bias, which is a way of getting the tie to hang straight after it has been knotted. The best ties contain this feature and the way to find out if your tie is one of the best ties is to drape the tie across your arm and let it blow in a breeze. If it begins to twirl, this means the tie is has not been cut on the bias and is not one of the best ties.
Finally, speak with the salesperson in the shop itself. They should be able to tell you about the composition of the tie, the thickness of the silk and the details in the construction. If they cannot do this, you may not be getting one of the best ties available and the experts recommend shopping elsewhere.
Buying the best ties doesn’t have to be an ordeal. If you know what to look for, you can be sure that you are getting one of the best men's ties available.
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