Thursday, January 24, 2013

Stand Out!

Do you want to be an ordinary Joe and blend in with the crowd, or are you are looking to make a statement? Well in order to make that statement you will need to add some accessories to your wardrobe.

Every guy has the nice suit, sports coat, slacks and Italian neckties, but do you also have Dress Suspenders and Over sized Cufflinks? Start the year of right by being a trend setter. Try wearing these designer cufflinks to give you the boost you needed. These high-quality cufflinks will draw lots of attention and will have you setting the trend not following it. Also for a change, why not try different wearing a pair of Dress suspenders to help you gain that edge back. Suspenders are back in fashion so don’t miss out.

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Add Designer to Your Wardrobe.

If your thinking about expanding your wardrobe then the First thing you must do is add a few pieces of designer brand Neck wear. Designer Neckties and Bowties like Robert Graham are hard to resist. They are the essence of men’s fashion. The brand has become a staple of cosmopolitan men.

True to the Robert Graham brand of style and sophistication, these branded ties have the color combinations and patterns that a young executive would surely embrace. Most young achievers today wouldn’t want to go to their offices or out on the town without their Robert Graham Neckwear.

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Can you wear an Ascot to a Formal Event?

The answer is yes!  You can look dazzling in a Sophisticated Black Ascot.   This look is great for classy day wear and stylish evenings, like Adrian Brody sporting a Black Ascot at the golden globe awards.  By adding an Ascot to your wardrobe, you can be hip with a dash of stylish fun. It’s a very distinct look that takes confidence to wear, but is rewarding for those who dare to be different.

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Some Traditions never die!

Yes we have seen famous people like actors and athletes steering away from the traditional Neck ties and sporting different looks like a Wool Bowtie or a Black Skinny necktie, but has this trend taken off into mainstream society?  Well According MR Market place the answer is no. Traditional width ties still take up 70% of the Neckwear market with Skinny coming in at 20% and bow ties at 10%.  Just remember that the choice is yours and as long as you feel confident in your clothes that is all that matters.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

What is a Bolo Tie?

A Bolo tie or (string tie) as it is called are usually associated with western wear.  They are made out of a braided leather string with metal dangling tips on each end that are held together by a decorative medallion.  This medallion slides up and down so you can adjust it to whatever position you desire.  Most of the time it is worn under the shirt collar but can also be worn hanging like a necklace.

In regions like Montana, Arizona and Texas, the western-style Bolo Tie may be very informal to some, but to the sophisticated western crowd a Bolo tie is as much a formal tie as an Aficionado necktie or Self tie bow tie, and it is perfectly accepted in business and formal occasions. Men's fashion expert Will Powers described it as "cowboy-inspired," which is how the world views it. The rules are really the same for all western wear.

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Ready to wear a Bowtie?

The Bow Tie is back and ready to be worn. Everywhere you look you see the fashion conscious male adding Striped Bow ties and dot bow ties to his wardrobe.

What was once reserved for the intellect or nerd has now exploded onto the scene at college campuses, on TV and at the box office. Self tie Bow Ties make a statement and that statement says I am smart and I look good. So go ahead be unique and interesting and put on that Colorful Bowtie and look your best.

Thursday, January 3, 2013

Stylish Neckwear

Men should always wear appropriate neck wear. Whether for business meetings, formal events, weddings or a night out on the town a tie makes a man look more aptly dressed, with the requirement that the man is wearing a Necktie that matches his shirt and suit. The necktie, just like any other accessory, needs someone who knows how to use it in order to function well. You must have the proper length, colors and pattern for the right occasion. A very tall man in a navy suit, for instance, should wear extra long ties to compliment the suit. Whether or not there is a pattern on that tie, it still has to be extra long necktie to balance the length of the torso of the person wearing it.

How does one choose a tie? If you are not sure about your sense of style, try to stick with the basics. A solid necktie is always a safe way to go, and a Striped Brown XL Tie will compliment any shade of navy suit, and shirt. This Xl-Necktie is also very subtle and can be matched with a good range of brown shirts, whether for office wear or evening wear. Stay away from prints that are too busy or too large. If you are still unsure about what looks good just be confident when wearing your clothes and you can’t go wrong.

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Dress for Success

If you want to dress for success you will need to follow a few simple rules. First make sure that every piece of clothing is tailored just right. Second make sure that your shirt is neatly pressed, third thing is your cufflinks must be polished, and finally your pocket square matches perfectly with your sophisticated looking  Bow tie.