Mens Ties making a come back.
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From the boardrooms of London to the backstreets of the Belfast, the tie has been given a new lease of life. Once the accessory of the establishment, it's become a style essential for all men - whether they're in a office or on a skateboard. And it can't be a coincidence that this has happened soon after politicians in the UK ran campaign trails in outfits that, for the most part, ditched the tie. With the politician's rejection, the tie suddenly seemed less authoritarian.
The tie's street-style comeback is impressive though: it was only a year or two ago that social commentators were decreeing it an outmoded item of clothing. But, as is often the case, it's best to bear in mind the words of the late Sir Hardy Amies: "This small article of clothing is of an importance out of proportion to its size."
And Sir Hardy was right: there is no better sartorial pick-me-up. After a long night, or before a long day, teaming a sharp tie with a crisp dress shirt, or a purposefully crumpled button-down, gives you that edge that no other item in your wardrobe is quite capable of doing.
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