​Tie Fails

If you’re a professional, you put on a tie at least four days a week. But even the most seasoned tie veterans experience the occasional tie fail. Here are the three most common:   The Shorty Some days you just cannot get it right. Your tie should always touch the top of your belt. Remember,…

Color Your Work Attire!

Wearing colorful clothes can brighten your mood, and the colors you choose say a lot about you. The trick is to match and pair colors without coming out looking like a clown. In this video by Business Insider, you can learn how to use the color wheel to build professional outfits with similar, complementary and…

Tie Tying Tutorial

New suit, freshly pressed shirt, shined shoes … the only way to ruin this outfit is with a poorly tied knot. Even the best dressed men are only as good as their tie knot. If you don’t want to look like a dud, try this easy, step-by-step guide to tying The Half-Windsor. Begin with the…

Little Guys in Ties

When kids play dress up, they can be anything they want to be—a cowboy, a police officer, an astronaut—the possibilities are endless. Imagination is vital to a child’s development. Many child psychologists agree that fostering imagination, including playing dress-up, allows children to play out their thoughts and conflicts and explore who they might want to…

Classy Pup: Dogs with Style

You choose the perfect ties for yourself and your little tyke … so why not Fido too? Ties for dogs are the latest in pet fashion. Unlike dressing your dog in sweaters, hats and booties, they won’t mind wearing a tie because they are already used to wearing a collar. Dress your best friend up…

Make Your Tie Work for You

You don't wear your sweats on a date or your blazer to bed, so why would you wear the same tie to work day in and day out? In this article, Business Insider details how to choose the appropriate tie for every work occasion. Learn everything you need to know for how to choose the…

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