TIES

Purely an aesthetic element, the tie, is the first thing that allows one to form an opinion of a mans style because it gives a clue of the good taste of the wearer.


1- The width


2 - The length of the tie


3- The materials

4- The patterns

5 - The Colour

6 - The tie knot

Four-in-hand

A thin knot that is fitting for almost all ties and necks.
It is the most versatile and easiest knot to make and its conical shape favours a variety of morphologies of the upper shoulders.

The half Windsor 

Simple and elegant at the same time; It has a more pronounced triangular shape compared with the simple knot.
This is a perfect choice for shirt collars with a medium opening when wearing a fine tie.

Whether it's simple or half Windsor, everyone agrees on the importance of having "Dimple" by allowing a slight hollow under the knot of the tie.

And finally, it is better to forget the pincer!

The pocket squares

As small as it is, the pocket square has an eternal elegance and a strong impact. Always adding a personal touch of sophistication and bringing a note of contrast to an outfit.

If you wear a light suit, choose a dark or colored pocket square. Conversely, with a dark suit a clearer colored pocket square is preferred.
When wearing a tie, never match the pocket square too closely to the tie!

IT MUST ALSO BE PROPERLY FOLDED!

The FLAT FOLD

Cotton, wool and linen pouches are ideal for this type of folding because these fabrics perfectly maintain the folds. Folding is easily carried out and it readily adapts to any outfit.

It is particularly suitable for "black tie" events and when wearing a tuxedo.

For a perfect fit, the pocket  squares must fill the pocket. This will prevent it from slipping and ends up in the back of the pocket.

THE THREE POINT FOLD

More daring and brings a touch of elegance to your outfits.

THE PUFF FOLD

For an elegant and relaxed style, principally made of silk pocket squares.


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