"Neckties satisfy modern man's desire to dress in art." - Harry Anderson
Have you ever looked in your closet and stood before a wall of dress shirts and ties and not known what to do with it? Well, you are not alone. Esquire advocated that a man only really needs just three ties in his closet. The advice was spot-on. Aim to have something with a dark stripe, a bold, bright (but not over-the-top) solid color, and a small, not cheesy pattern. Keep the fabric and shape pretty traditional. Extra wide or extra skinny ties can be a bit harder to pull off; unless you’re conscious of keeping your whole look in line.
For the rules of creating the perfect suit-shirt-tie combination, continue to read on:
Don’t be afraid to mix patterns:
Understand the importance of balance: