Men's Tie Trends For 2011

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For office wear, how can the formal shirt look stylish and elegant without a tie. There is always something about this piece of cloth that keeps changing with season in the fashion world. Every man should have a cool collection of tie's is his wardrobe to look cool with formals. Today, we shall check out the tie trends of 2011. Take a look.

Men's Tie Trends 2011 -

1. Silk – Silk ties have the magic to add an extra element to your formal fashion. The plain shiny texture of the ties contribute well with both light and dark colored shirts. Sparkling fabric look good with plain as well as stripped shirts. Avoid the polyester and cotton as they lose color with time and shirt with frequent washes.

2. Choosing Ties – While selecting ties, one cannot always go for the glossy ones all the time. Plain cotton shirts look good with glossy ties and for shiny material shirts one needs to carefully choose. With silk shirts, it is best to choose ties in contrast. Plain shirts can have design ties while design shirts look good with the plain ones.

3. Choosing Patterns – Pattern distinction is another things that people need to know and always according to the Men's tie trends. Patterns such as solid, striped and geometric patterns are in trends for 2011. Solid colored ties contribute well with plain shirts as it highlights the attitude of the design. Striped ties look nice with soft colored shirts.

4.Choosing Tie With Respect To Age – Contemporary designs like stripes and paisley patterns look good on old and middle aged men while solid and geometric patterns look good for under 30. Bright colored ties (flourescent ones) look nice on teens and college going guys.

While selecting ties according tie trends one need to keep in mind the designs that can suit their personality as not all ties look good for fat and lean men.

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Story first published: Thursday, August 18, 2011, 12:16 [IST]
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