Our friend Juanjose Rangel puts together a great weekend outfit with Weekend Casual accessories. Notice how the pattern of the tie has some pink tones that go perfectly with the pocket square. Balance is key, so if you’re opting for a very colorful pocket square, try to mellow your look down with a more subtle tie or vice versa.
The pocket square can be found here, while this grey paisley tie is a preview of our coming Fall Collection at Weekend Casual. Read the full blog post at www.juancherangel.com.
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Whether you're trying to go bold or traditional, we've got you covered. Over the years, we've come across some tips that we'd like to share:
Are you wearing a suit or blazer? If so, keep the width of your tie similar to the width of the lapel on the jacket. You're not gonna get it exact, but try to keep it close.
What's your body type? Bigger guys, don't wear a super skinny tie, it just looks funny. Opposite goes for super slim guys.
What's the occasion you're dressing for? If it's a Sunday-funday, sure, where that skinny tie. If you're going to court (hopefully not), you may want to stick to a more traditional width.
Last but not least, you don't want your tie to be too long or too short. As a rule of thumb, you want the bottom triangle of the tie to be right at your belt line. Weekend Casual ties are between 58-59" long, that's slightly longer than a standard tie you'd buy anywhere else.
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