A summer specialLinen ties are a look for a lighter, warmer day. Teamed with a short sleeved shirt, with or without a light jacket, a linen tie doesn’t weigh you down, doesn’t bring out the heat. What I’m trying to say is that it won’t make you sweat. It’s a cool look for a warm day. And we all want to look cool, don’t we? Don’t we? Maybe some of us don’t even have to try. Maybe some of us need all the help we can get. Quick! Find me that linen tie.
Au naturelLinen is a natural fabric and our ties come in a range of pure linen and linen mixes (those are the ones that don’t need ironing). It has a fresh look and a fresh feel. Colours and designs are pastel, plain and toned down to complement the light feel. They feel good to the touch and look good in the mirror.
A perfect addition to a holiday wardrobe, pack several linen ties - one for each evening and show those locals what a stylish dude has come to town. You never know, it might get you entry into that exclusive nightclub where all the millionaires go. Just make sure you’re not wearing your flip flops. That might just ruin the look.
Anyway anyhowLinen ties come in all shapes, sizes, patterns and colours. They tend to be a gentler look with a muted style which matches its laid-back, lightweight appeal. A word of warning though: you will need to make sure this baby doesn’t get too creased as the natural fibres can easily do so. Don’t be afraid to get that iron out and straighten it out (don’t forget to read the label to see how to take care of it).
Time to get casualLinen ties are best worn for a casual look and a casual occasion. This is not the tie for a serious meeting, unless you happen to work on a yacht. Definitely a spring and summer wardrobe item, linen ties are a perfect way to make an open shirt look just that bit more stylish, and that a little more effort has been made. And everyone appreciates a little effort.
Getting too formal? It’s light and small enough to take it off and roll it up in your pocket. Remember to roll not fold or scrunch and you won’t need to get that iron out again. You can thank me for that tip later.