Grey is for exciting people No, really, it is. I can see you are going to take some convincing here. Let me help you along: we don’t just have ‘grey’ ties, we have light grey ties and dark grey ties. Pretty wild stuff, eh? You never expected it to be so fired up here in the grey tie department. You need to reserve that judgement of yours and take a look at our selection. You’ll be a convert, a grey tie convert.
Plenty of choiceObviously, we have the simple, plain grey tie if that’s really your kind of thing, but we have so much more than that. Step inside and take a look. We have some beautiful stripey grey ties, some light grey ties with paisley patterns and even some supersoft cashmere grey ties. A cashmere tie; now we are talking. There is nothing dull or plain about a cashmere tie, even if it is a grey one.
There are so many patterns and styles that it can be tough to make a choice. In which case, take two: one for today and one for tomorrow. You can never ever have too many ties. They take up so little room, it would be a crime to deprive yourself.
Grey ties for high days and holidaysA grey tie for a holiday? Sure thing. Worn with a pale pink short sleeved shirt and no jacket or teamed with a light linen suit, a light grey tie can be just the ticket.
For winter and chilly days, a dark grey tie in wool will add some style and weight to your suit. It works for all formal and workplace occasions and will never ever offend. You can’t go wrong with a grey tie. Just don’t ever wear it with brown. Don’t even ask why. Just don’t go there.
Take a style tip from the celebsYou only have to look at magazines and websites featuring celebrity style and you will see the grey tie making an appearance. It is understated and cool and a look favoured by the funky and famous. And we all want to be funky and famous, don’t we? Well I do, that’s for sure. A leather jacket, white shirt and jeans topped off with a slim grey tie is a great look. Confidence, casual and bang on trend.