Common Ways to Secure Ties from Damageby Pat Wilkins
If you wear ties often, then you know that as good as they might look, they can become a pain after only a short while. If you don’t wear the right accessories, it can be very difficult to make sure you are keeping your ties safe and still looking great.
However, if you don’t have any accessories to keep your tie in place, there is a very good chance that it could actually cause a bit of a problem. The tie will flop all over the place and make you look unprofessional. Fortunately, there are some great ways to secure ties from damage and look great doing it. Here are some of the most popular.
Most people have heard of, and probably own, tie clips. They are a great option for many who need to wear ties, whether they wear them regularly or infrequently. The clips come in a number of different styles and color options, but that’s where some of the trouble with this device can actually lie. Since there are so many options, it might not be possible to have just one, two, or even a handful of clips that will go with all of the ties and shirts that you wear regularly. The clips can also be pricey.
Another one of the options that some people choose is a necktie pin. These pins can be handy, but they will ruin your ties before long. They have an actual pin that has to go through the material, and this can damage the look of the tie over time. As with the clips, these come in many styles, so not all pins will look great with all ties and suits. You may need a collection and finding them is not always cheap.
The pins and clips aren’t the only ways you can get control of your tie though. The Tie Thing is another very good example that could be just the type of accessory you need. It attaches to the buttons on your shirt and the loop of the tie in order to keep everything in place. It doesn’t ruin the tie, and it comes in many colors so you can find one that perfectly matches your shirt.
Keep your tie in the best shape possible with the right accessories.
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