There seems to be something that women like about a sharp dressed man. Unfortunately, being sharp dressed often means wearing a tie. Not that we always mind wearing a tie, but when we do, we want it to be comfortable. For everyone out there who plans on gifting the man in your life with a new silk tie, here are a few pointers.First, not every tie are made to fit any size male physique. Take a good long look at the physical attributes of your guy. Is he tall and is some of his extra height in his chest tummy rather than his legs? If so, you immediately know that you should look for a men’s shop that carries these ties for men with longer trunks.
Next, consider the way your guy dresses. Is he partial to white shirts and conservative blue or black suits? Or is he more daring and apt to wear a bold color now and then? The interesting thing is that if your guy is conservative, you may want to buy him a silk tie that has a little color to it, as a way of livening up an otherwise somber look. On the other hand, it he has a closet full of brightly colored dress shirts and blazers, a silk tie on the more low-key side might tone down the heat a notch.Lastly, stay away from trendy widths. Men’s ties do not tend to fluctuate a great deal in general when it comes to how wide they are, but the good thing is that even in the midst of a fad that narrows the tie to a strip or one that makes it appear the size of a lobster napkin, you can always get the traditional width. Stay with tradition when you purchase a silk tie, and you can be sure it will be used for years.
Even though these ties are almost a given when it comes to holiday and birthday gifts, men really do appreciate receiving a silk tie that compliments their taste. Remember that as you shop and you can’t go wrong.