- Material: Silk
- Length: 145cm/57in
- Max Width: 9cm/3.5in
- Min Width: 4cm/1.6in
- Color: White & Blue
- Feature with unique shape design, this silk tie can make you out of ordinary
- Stripe design silk tie for you to choose
- Classic silk tie can make you more handsome
- Good condition with no stains or flaws
- Made of soft materials, this tie is durable enough for long time using
- A perfect gift for men
- The perfect blend of class and style make this tie the perfect accessory for any occasion
- Unique shape design to the tie .The Silk Tie features with unique shape design, this silk tie can make you out of ordinary
- White & blue color tie for you .These silk tie have a silky feel and gloss look which makes this tie stand out and makes you noticed
- Adjustable design to the tie .The stripe tie is made of soft polyester material, durable enough for long time using
- The stripe tie are perfect for business wear and evening wear. The cheap ties are very comfortable to wear and touch. The formal silk tie make a huge fashion statement
- Complete the dressy looks of the season with our patterned stripe tie. Show of your personal style with it! The stripe tie are perfect for business wear and evening wear
Popular Ways to Tie a Necktie
Whether you are new to wearing ties or are a necktie aficionado the tips below will help you master all the popular necktie knots. The tie knots listed below are sorted by difficulty, starting with the popular and easy to master Four-in-Hand knot, and ending with the more challenging dimpled double Windsor knot. All you need to get started is a necktie, a dress shirt, a mirror, and a little bit of patience. Also, make sure that your hands are clean and well manicured in order to protect the delicate silk fabric of your necktie
How to Tie a Four in Hand Knot:
- The Four-in-Hand is the perfect tie knot for the novice tie wearer. The knot is easy to tie, holds a good shape and will go well with most shirt collars and necktie styles. The Four in Hand is actually the oldest of all the popular tie knots that are still in common use today
- The Four in Hand knot was invented by British horsemen during the end of the 19th century who tied their scarves with one hand while holding the reigns of the four horses drawing the carriage in the other - hence the name four in hand. Although this knot is easy enough to be tied with one hand it is still a popular and fashionable tie knots that is a popular choice even for the necktie aficionado
- The Four in Hand is slightly smaller in size, is somewhat asymmetrical, and has a longish shape. IT is best suited for traditional striped ties, such as British regimental ties, and formal solid color ties The Four in Hand looks best when combined with dress shirts that have a narrow to medium collar spread or have button down collars
Four in Hand Instructions:
- Flip up your collar, button down the top button, and lay the necktie around your neck so that the wide end of the tie hangs 5-6 inches lower than the narrow end. Make sure that the inseam of the tie faces you body
- Place the wide end of the necktie over the narrow end, and wrap around. Hold the narrow end down with your other hand
- Then, wrap the wide end over the narrow end. Don't pull it tight, but create a loop at front of the unfinished tie knot
- Then, loop the wide end of the tie through the gap between unfinished tie knot and your collar. Then take this wide end of the tie and pull it through the loop you created on step #3
- Give the Four-in-Hand knot some final adjustment, pull it tight, center it between the collars, and flip the collar back down. You are done!
Tying a Half Windsor Knot:
The half Windsor knot is the smaller brother of the popular Windsor knot - also known as Double Windsor or Full Windsor knot (please scroll down for instructions). The half Windsor is, just like the Four in Hand knot, a smaller tie knot. When compared to the Four-in-Hand, the half Windsor is a little thicker and a touch wider. Tie this type of knot for medium-width collar spread dress shirts
Half-Windsor Knot Instructions:
- As with all tie knots: Flip up your collars, button the town button and lay the tie around your neck. The wide end of the tie should hang about 5-6 inches lower than the narrow and, and the inside of the tie should have your body
- Loop the wide end of the tie thorough the gap between neck and necktie
- Pull the wide end of the tie back over to the front. Pull it slightly tight. Then, take this end of the tie and wrap back behind the narrow end of the tie
- Then, wrap the wide end of the necktie back over the front of the narrow end. Don't pull tight but create a loop at the front of the unfinished knot
- Just like you did in step # 2, pull the wide end of the tie in between your collar and the tie. Then, pull the wide end thorough the loop you created in step #4
- Give the half-Windsor knot a final adjustment and flip down your collars. Done
How to Tie a Necktie with a Kent Knot:
The Kent-knot is a slightly modified version of the Four-in-Hand knot. It is one of the smallest tie knots making it a perfect choice for very thick ties worn with dress shirts that have a narrow collar spread. Since tying this necktie knot required much less of the tie's length, it is also a good choice knot for big & tall men wearing a regular length tie - although men taller than 6 foot 3 inches are better off wearing Extra Long Ties
Kent Necktie Knot Instructions:
- Lay the necktie around your neck so that the wide end hangs about 4-5 inches lower than the narrow end. Start by having the inside of your tie face your body, but then flip the wide side of the tie over so that the stitching is showing
- Take the wide end of the tie and cross it behind the narrow end
- Now take the wide end of the tie and loop it over the narrow end. The "good side" of the necktie should be showing now
- Wrap the wide end of your necktie between your neck and the tie and pull through the loop
- Slightly pull tight, center the knot, and flip over you collars. Finished
How to Tie the Double Windsor Knot:
- The double Windsor knot, named after the Duke of Windsor, is one of the most popular tie knots, and it is also the type of knot that is most commonly tied the wrong way. If you like the symmetric look, as well as a larger tie knot, then the Double Windsor will the right knot for you. It is a perfect knot for wide-spread collar dress shirts
- Since this type of knot needs two wrappings, more length of the tie is needed. This can make it challenging to tie the tie to the right length - so that the tip of the tie ends near the center of your belt buckle. This is especially the case when tall men or men with a larger neck size try to tie a double Windsor knot with a regular length tie. If this sounds familiar to you then you may want to consider wearing XL length ties
Double Windsor Knot Instructions:
- Lay the tie around your neck so that the wide end of your tie hangs down about 6-7 inches longer than the narrow end. Cross the wide end over the narrow end
- Loop the necktie through the gap between neck and unfinished tie knot. Pull it all the way around and then back behind the narrow end
- Now do the same thing on the other side
- Wrap the wide end of the tie back over to the front
- Pull the wide end back through in between neck and unfinished knot. Don't pull tight, but create a loop in front of the knot
- Pull the wide end of the tie through this loop
- Pull tight and give the knot a final adjustment. And you are done
How to Tie a Prince Albert Knot:
The Prince Albert knot is, just like the Full Windsor knot, a so-called double knot that required at least two wrappings. But unlike the double Windsor, the Prince Albert knot is wrapped in the same direction making the knot slightly longer and a little more asymmetric looking. It is a perfect tie knot for thinner neckties, or for shorter men that need a shorter length tie
Prince Albert Tie Knot Instructions:
- Since this tie requires 2+ wrappings (number of wrappings is personal preference) the wide end of the tie needs to hang much lower than the narrow en
- Place the wide end over the narrow end and wrap around. Do this twice or more. The more wrappings the larger the tie knot will be
- On the final wrapping create a loop in front of the finished necktie knot. Take the wide end of the tie and pull it in between your neck and the tie and through the loop
- Pull slightly tight, give a final adjustment, and flip down the collars. Finished
How To Choose a Tie:
- A tie is an important part of your dress - it gives you a sleeker, more professional look, and its importance can be gauged from the fact that thousands of companies and organizations include it as a must-wear in their dress code. Sporting the right tie can work wonders for you because, along with your shoes and watch, people who know their accessories well will be sure to note the tie you have on. Ties speak of your degree of professionalism and your fashion sense, and contribute a lot towards building your image, so it is necessary to make sure you choose the right tie when you dress
- Follow these simple steps to help yourself buy and wear exactly the tie you need
- Step 1: Carry along your suit. Out on a tie hunt for a specific suit? Best to carry it with you. This way, you can place the tie atop your suit to see exactly how it looks with the suit. When buying a tie, consider the colour(s) of your trousers, jacket etc. too
- Step 2: Length. A standard necktie is 55-57" in length, and about 3.5-4" at its widest point; but the taller you are, the longer should be your tie. Quick test: Is the bottom tip of your tie nearly reaching the buckle of your belt? If yes, then you have the perfect tie length
- Step 3: Don't let your suit and tie clash. Tone done their colours with each other's help: If your suit is bright, choose a duller, more placid tie; if your suit has dull colours, include more vibrant ones in your tie. This will ensure that you don't look too glitzy or too boring when you wear the two together
How to Buy the Right Tie for a Suit:
You won't have to spend tons of time tracking down a high-quality tie that's the perfect finishing touch for your suit or jacket. It's easier than you think
Buying a Quality Tie:
- Select an appropriate tie length and width. Although it depends on body size and fashion trends, a length of 54 inches and a width of 3 1/4 inches is average
- Touch the tie. A quality tie will feel smooth to the touch and will consist of three, not two, pieces sewn together
- Inspect the tie's lining, which provides its shape and bulk. The tie should be lined to the tips, preferably with material that has a high percentage of wool
- Tug on the slip stitch, a loose thread found in the back of the tie, beneath the two joined flaps. When pulled, the slip stitch of a well-made tie will cause the tie to gather in folds
- Sling the tie over your hands. The narrower end of the tie should lie squarely behind the middle of the wider end; ties that hang in this manner will lie flat on your chest. Avoid ties that twist when draped over your hand
Selecting a Tie Color and Pattern:
- Select the tie pattern by choosing shirt and tie patterns to complement, not compete with, each other. A subtly striped shirt can back a boldly striped tie, while a more eye-catching shirt demands a quieter tie
- Choose the tie color. Pale blue dress shirts work well with almost any tie - try one with some yellow or gold. Manipulate the monochrome look, teaming a light purple shirt with a darker purple tie
Tips & Warnings:
- In general, limit patterned items to two per outfit. If jacket and tie are both patterned, opt for a solid shirt
- Formal business functions or job interviews call for more conservative ties with subtler patterns and colors. Flamboyant ties with larger patterns or logos should be reserved for less formal events
- 1 x Men Tie
- 2 x Sleeve Buttons
- 1 x Handkerchief
Spec Condition New Size 145cm/57in(Length)
Packaging Package Included 1 x Men Tie
2 x Sleeve Buttons
1 x Handkerchief
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- Other Thoughts: Good Quality, and color chart is accurate. This stripe tie is easy to use! Quick and easy tie.
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- Other Thoughts: Bought this tie for my boyfriend for my sister's wedding. The color was beautiful. Great quality.
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- Other Thoughts: I loved the tie. It's also great for the price. I wish you had more colors in this size. I would definitely order them.
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Bought this item on05-13-2011
- Other Thoughts: Bought this stripe tie for my friend's recent wedding. Perfect. It is a cool and great quality.
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- Other Thoughts: I am very happy with my purchase. Timely email notification, it was accurately described, item was packed really well, and fast delivery.
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