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One of the leading neckwear manufacturers and suppliers in China, Shengzhou Jinfa Necktie Co., Ltd is specialized in producing and customizing competitive and quality neckwear products either OEM-based or self-branded, including Jacquard or woven, yarn dyed or printed silk or polyester neckties, scarves, shawls, stoles and bow ties, etc. more>>

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How to Choosing the Perfect Printed silk necktie?

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Your printed silk necktie is one of the first things people will see when you enter a room. This is where you can express yourself and show your taste. Your tie should never be an afterthought, but a carefully selected accessory that says something about your personality.

How to Match a Tie

To make a positive lasting impression, it is important that your tie coordinates well with your outfit and complements your coloration.

How to Match a Tie with Your Shirt and Suit/Sport Coat

A tip for matching a tie is to select the dominant color in the tie that matches or contrasts well with your dress shirt, suit or sport coat. The rule of thumb is to combine two patterns with one solid. In other words, if the tie is patterned and the suit or sport coat is patterned then the shirt should be a solid color, or if the suit or sport coat is patterned and the shirt is patterned then the tie should be a solid.

How to Match a printed silk necktie with a Shirt and Dress Slacks

If you really want to show off your good taste and artful skill, then wear a solid colored tie with a striped, checked or plaid dress shirt. The trick here is to select a tie color that matches the dominant color of the stripes or checks in the shirt.

How to Match a Patterned printed silk necktie with a Striped, Checked or Plaid Shirt

Be careful when matching a striped tie with a striped shirt. If done right, it will look polished and sophisticated; if not, it could be hideous. The trick is to choose a tight stripe that reads more like a solid, or to make sure the two stripes are of different sizes so they do not fight or look dizzy together.

How to Choose a printed silk necktie for a Formal Occasion

A formal occasion requires a dressier tie. Many people are opting for a four-in-hand necktie instead of the traditional bow tie to wear with their tuxedo.

The black satin tie is the most common tie to wear with a tuxedo. For a more expressive look, one can also wear a silver or white solid satin tie. Another attractive look that is different yet formal can be monochromatic black, silver and white color schemes.

Tie Dos and Don'ts

Do choose a tie that complements your hair color, eye color and skin tone. Click here for recommendations.

Do choose a tie that is the right length for your height. If you are 6243 or taller or have a neck size over 203 and a long torso, you will look best in an extra long tie. The general rule is that the tip of your tie should extend ½3 past your belt line.

Do choose a good quality tie made of 100% Silk. The luster of silk and the brilliance of how it takes dye, will give you a polished appearance and the tie will last much longer.

Don't tie a Windsor knot if you are wearing a traditional or button-down collar. The tie knot will be too big. A four-in-hand tie knot is your best bet. Windsor knots are better suited for a wide spread collar.

Now that you know the secrets to coordinating and choosing a printed silk necktie, you are well on your way to looking your best in casual, business and formal situations.

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