Tie size guide
Here are things to consider to get the size right:
Is the tie width similar to the width of the jacket lapel?
Well, it should be proportional to the width of the jacket lapel. Let us simplify it up for you;
Take care that the widest point of your tie should be proportional to the widest point of your jacket lapel. That’s all you’ve to do and you are ready to gain the spotlight.
Is the tie length and width proportionate to your body size?
You might end up putting a little more effort in here. Never mind, a little more!
Does the tie represent your style?
This is the factor that can be best judged by you. Just keep in mind the event and place you are going to hit, and the type of clothing i.e., color, patterns, etc., you will put on.
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The tie length should allow the head of the knotted tie to hang in front of the belt, and the tail to go through the keeper loop at the back of the head. Just make sure that the tip of your tie touches the top of your waist belt when you are standing straight and you are good to go. Do keep in mind the type of knot you prefer and whether you wear tie clips or not, as these are the factors that might impact your tie length.
STANDARD LENGTH TIES
These are for men below 6’ with necks smaller than 18 inches. Standard length ties go best with men of comparatively shorter chest and neck length.
EXTRA LONG TIES
These are best for men 6'0" to 6'5". Men below 6’ but with large necks (size 18-21”) would also be a good fit. These extra-long ties very finely enhance the height of men so it would be a good match to grab.
The tie width should be comparable with the width of the jacket lapel it’s worn with. Men with broader body frames should go for wider ties. Thinner men should keep slimmer ties within their wardrobe.
Build: Slim, Average Adult
Jacket Lapel: Narrow
A narrower tie complement both a narrow lapel and a skinny body frame. It wouldn’t let you