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6 ways to wear a tie in a casual look

Nowadays, few men need to wear ties on a daily basis. Of course there are still certain professions and industries – such as legal or the banking industry – in which it remains part of the dress code.

But in general, most men only wear a tie on special occasions. Like meeting, a wedding or graduation.

What many people don’t know, however, is that you can insert a tie stylishly in casual looks.

Look at 6 ideas to put into practice:

1 # WITH JEANS AND BLAZER

If you want to wear a casual look, but also get serious, you can bet on the blazer + jeans + tie combo. The finishing touch? A pocket square in the pocket of the blazer, to leave the look well tuned.


2 # WITH CHESS SHIRT

This combination of a check shirt + tie as shown in the above photo is elegant, especially on a warmer day. In warmer days, it’s classy to bend the sleeve, bringing an air of relaxation.


3 # WITH LEATHER JACKET

Is the weather cold? How about swapping the blazer for a leather jacket? And, yes, you can put a tie on it. See how it looks stylish and modern in the photo.


4 # WITH KNIT

This is a perfect idea, let’s say: tie + knit. It looks especially fashionable with a cardigan (pictured right). Just remember, as in the case of the blazer, you should leave the last button open.


5 # WITH JACKET OR JEANS SHIRT

Yes, gentlemen. Even with a shirt or denim jacket the tie can work. One more cool idea to try.


6 # WAISTCOAT


Next to a blazer and trousers, the waistcoat is the third piece that makes up the classic suit set. But just like a tie, it can also be worn casually. Even with the two of them together. Doubt? Then see the photo above.


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