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Knitted ties

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Knitted ties probably give you memories of nana’s itchy jumpers she knitted with love for you as a youngster. Luckily knitted ties don't actually touch your skin when wearing them so no need to worry about any itching. They are a unique alternative to classic ties that add a casual yet stylish touch to your outfit.
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Why you need a knitted tie

A knitted tie isn’t for everyone. Ties are usually worn in formal or semi-formal occasions, but can also be used to add some edge to a more casual outfit. Knitted ties are the perfect compromise between classic style and casual attire and therefore great for events that don't have such a strict dress code.

The verdict is still out on men's knitted ties.

Everyone agrees a knitted tie is a more casual accessory, however some believe they shouldn’t ever be worn with a formal suit, others don't agree with that. I personally love how they break up the smooth and shiny look of suits.

Extremely convenient.

Ties are a pain to launder, especially if you rarely wear them. The standard men's knitted ties will be fine in the wash and come out looking good thanks to the extra stretch they have.

Denim and knitted ties.

Enjoy wearing a denim shirt but get frustrated by their stereotype? A knitted tie works well with denim! Whip one on, and you’ll suddenly feel presentable in front of your friends and loved ones.

Knitted ties do have drawbacks

As they tend to be a casual tie, they lack a certain crispness compared to a twill or woven tie. Knitted ties can shrink, stretch-out and can be clingy making them look shabby quicker than other ties if you aren’t mindful when tieing it on.

How to use a knit tie for different occasions

Knitted ties aren’t going to be a popular choice for formal events but they possess the ability to dress down suits to a more casual affair and look great in more relaxed environments.

  • Knitted ties are seasonal via colour use. The usual assumption is knit ties are for winter only. That isn’t necessarily true, a black or navy knitted tie goes well in winter, a green knitted tie will suit the spring weather and light knitted ties work great in warmer months.

  • Horizontal lines and polka dots work with knit. Polka dot ties are usually a no go zone for most situations, but given the casual form of the men's knitted tie, you can get away with them as well as horizontal lines.

  • The weave density. The weave density is in correlation to the quality of the knitted tie. Think of them like your bed sheets, the more dense the material, the softer the feel.

Where to buy the best knitted tie in the UK?

A quality knitted tie always has a place in your wardrobe, or at least as a back up in your suitcase. Take a minute to think about the best colour(s) that will suit your wardrobe for different seasons and start your knitted tie shopping spree.