The tie is by far the most famous and used men's accessory. A good silk tie is one of the few essential accessories that should be found in every man’s wardrobe. Once that multi-purpose and stylish tie is acquired, the selection can be expanded with different patterns, colors and materials. Nothing Finishes the gentleman’s life as sharp as a carefully chosen tie! You can wear a tie with a collared shirt with a suit, blazer, vest or sweater and it will always bring a stylish posture, both to the outfit and to the wearer. You can get a more relaxed look in your outfit with a trendy knit tie made of silk or wool. The knitting tie is usually identified by its flat end.
The roots of a tie probably stem most from the way soldiers dress. It is said that the French would have been inspired by the red scarf tied around the neck of the Croatian soldiers and thus the tie would have originated. In the past, however, men have worn scarves in their headscarves, but this would have been an example of a tie.
You can find good instructions on how to tie a tie on the Internet in the dark. You might want to try a few, and choose a few that feel right for you and learn them. When choosing a knot, you should consider the width and material of the tie (thin or thick) as well as the collar pattern of your collared shirt. For example, a button collar usually requires a fairly narrow knot in the tie. The most common nodes are e.g. Windsor (French), Half Windsor and Four-in-hand (English knot). Of these, Half Windsor is a very versatile, almost symmetrical knot that fits a wide variety of collars, although a tie made of the thickest materials would be a better choice for Four-in-hand.