Sunday, January 14, 2018

The Collocation Of a Shirt And Tie Is Not Fixed

Every man should have one white or light blue collar button shirt at least. Therefore, there is one solid blue or red burgundy tie for use during the day of yours wardrobe, should also have a silk jacquard tie or black tie for participating in a formal dinner for using neckties. The tie is always the leading part, because it is the most eye-catching part of the dressing.
Once arranges the collocation of tie and coats, shirt is the easy choice. Usually, the color of shirt should match a tie color. In general, the pattern on the tie should be more visible than the shirt. Sometimes, you can choose a shirt and tie with very bright designs. But do not make the shirt more color than tie. You'd better choose solid shirts and solid color bright tie or pattern tie, that is perfect model to copy. Ericdress offers various of solid color shirts for you. Choose any shirts as you wish.
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