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Coral Neckties

Coral neckties are always a popular choice for spring and summer weddings, due to the festive and cheerful color. Men's coral neckwear is suitable for all kinds of summer events, from formal to casual occasions, adding a bright touch of color to light and neutral attire. A coral necktie will look also sensational with any shade of grey, from the lightest silver to the deepest charcoal. In spring and early summer, match men's coral neck wear with pastel tones, particularly mint green or sky blue. In cooler weather, coral ties work best when paired with deep blue and navy colors.

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