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Should I wear a tie or a Bowtie???

A tie is an essential components of a men's suit. It brings all of the garments together in a cohesive manner, enhancing the wearer's appearance by adding a touch of color and style to his neck. While some guys may attempt to sneak by not wearing one, this rarely works. Regardless of the occasion, you almost always need a tie to complete your look when wearing a men's suit. It's an otherwise small and simple accessory that makes a lot of different. And for this reason, you shouldn't wear a suit without a tie especially on a formal function or important business meeting. While there are literally hundreds if not thousands of different ties available for sale, ranging in color, fabric and design, most fall under one of two different categories: neckties and bow ties. You probably know the difference between these two ties already: bow ties feature a bow design, whereas neckties are long and narrow. Both ties are excellent choices that will enhance your appearance when wearing a suit, but there are some key differences between the two that shouldn't be overlooked. So if you're struggling to choose between a bow tie or necktie, keep reading for some helpful tips on which one is right for you.


If you are wearing a tuxedo, it's best to stick with a bow tie, tuxedos generally look best when worn with a bow tie. There's just something naturally sophisticated, elegant and slimming associated with a bow tie and tuxedo. Sure, you can probably pull off a necktie with a tuxedo, but how many times have you seen this combination? The answer: probably not many, and there's a reason for that. Tux is worn for a black tie or a formal function and to wear something that's not routine gives you mind a sense of change in routine, better all-around look when worn with a tailored tuxedo. Stick with a bow tie when wearing a tuxedo to ensure a classic, sophisticated appearance.




But there are still benefits to choosing a necktie over a bow tie, one of which is the necktie's slimming effect. Neckties create a phenomenon in which the wearer appears taller and slimmer -- a characteristic that's not found in their bow tie counterpart. This is due largely in part to the inherit design of the necktie. They are long and narrow; thus, creating an optical illusion to the observer. Wearing a necktie isn't going to physically make you slimmer or taller. Rather, it creates an illusion in which you appear taller and slimmer to the observer. This alone is reason enough for some men to choose a necktie when wearing a suit over a bow tie. Trublu Made to Measure recommends.


You'll probably notice that both neckties and bow ties are available in a wide variety of different styles and designs. From traditional single colors to stripes, plaid, polka-dots and even animal print, the possibilities are endless. Regardless of your personal preference, chances are there's a bow tie and necktie out there with your name on it. It's up to you, however, to find it. The bottom line is that you shouldn't base your decision of a bow tie or necktie on style alone. Because with a little bit shopping, you can find the perfect design in either option. In terms of formality, bow ties are more formal than their necktie counterpart. Again, this is why they are typically worn with tuxedos. While there's no rule stating that you cannot wear a necktie with a tuxedo, bow ties are the preferred choice due to their highly formal appearance. So if you're planning to attend a formal event or party, stick with a bow tie. It's a classic choice that's guaranteed to enhance your appearance with a formal look that's simply not available in neckties. Hopefully, this will give you a better understanding of the differences between a necktie and bow tie. They are both great choices for suits, although bow ties are a bit more formal, making them the preferred choice for formal occasions. But bow ties also lack the slimming effect of the necktie, so consider this when choosing between the two.


But when it come to a Tailored Business Suits I highly recommend a tie. It blends with the crowd and your colleagues gives a sense of business and seriousness to work and does not distract the topic from your business to fashion. if you ever want to wear a bowtie with your Tailor made suits and Bespoke shirts keep them for Fridays or after hours look, jazz it up with a nice glasses and a hat.

Feel free to contact TRUBLU TAILOR for all your bespoke suits and Bespoke shirts needs. we are one of the best and highly rated on google in Johannesburg South Africa


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