Skinny Solid Ties

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A necktie can affect the overall appeal of a formal or business suit. When it comes to picking and mixing the right tie for your dress shirt and suit, the color and pattern is not the only thing you should consider. You should also consider the proper length and width of the tie that will best match your body shape and the style of your suit.

Solid skinny ties were popular during the 60s. However, wider traditional ties took over in the 80s when power suits became the trend. Nowadays, skinny ties are making a comeback, and they are now becoming a popular accessory for both casual and business wear.

Skinny Tie Width

Most people would consider a neck tie as a skinny tie if it has a width of less than 3 inches. Regular neckties usually have a width ranging from 3 to 4 inches. However, for fashion designers, skinny ties are also sometimes called slim ties, and measure anywhere from 1.5 inches, up to 2.5 inches.

Most skinny ties are available in solid colors only, since the narrow width of the tie looks better with classic solid colors. With the narrow width, patterns and styles will not be very noticeable.

Skinny Ties by Imani Men

Just like with the regular ties, there is also a wide selection of solid skinny ties from the Men’s Tie Collection by Imani Men. There solid skinny ties available in almost all shades including neutral, cool, and warm colors.

Wearing Skinny Ties

Although very stylish if worn properly, solid skinny ties are not for all. Based on various fashion sources, skinny ties usually look better on men who are tall and slim. They tend to emphasize the lean physique of slim and tall men, but can also look good on shorter men, as they can divert people’s attention from their short build.

Although they are becoming more popular nowadays, solid skinny ties are not the best option when it comes to very formal events like black tie occasions. They are usually a more appropriate type of accessory for more casual occasions. If you want to make a statement, or get a little risky with your business wear, then make sure to try combinations first to find the best one that will look great on you.

Skinny ties look great with narrow collars. When it comes to knots, the four-in-hand knot is usually the standard for solid skinny ties. However, for a formal look, a half-windsor knot works better.

Conclusion

Solid skinny ties are more widely used for casual wear, but can also look great for business wear depending on how you mix and match them with your suit. An important thing to remember when opting for a skinny tie, is to pair it only with narrow collar and use half-windsor knot for a more formal look.