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Match Shirt With a Tie

1. Work. If we are trying to find a good set for work we should remember that clothes to work should be toned down but not boring. All depends on where do we exactly work – if we have to be really elegant it is good to stay classy and avoid extravagance. When we are choosing tie it shouldn’t be the same color as jacket and shirt but has to be reserved.

2. How to match colors and designs. A good practise is to use three colors and two designs. If you want to wear suit with ornaments or shirt the tie should be in one color or in really delicate stripes. To match designs well we need to have some experience in this matter, so safer would be using only three colors and two designs.

3. An evening set. Evening set also depends on a place where we are going. Black suit, white shirt and silk tie with staple – that’s a classic outfit. But we can have this set and make it a bit extravagance and add an unusual cufflinks in example. To be creative is very important as long as we know what we are doing and doing it with good taste.

4. Matching tie with a person. If a man is tall he looks good in a two-tied tie. This will make the body look better cause it will give a harmony to the posture. If the person isn’t too tall it is better to use one-tied tie. And using tie with stripes can help our body look more thin – the same effect might be with colors.