A Grand read

Sunday, June 7, 2015

A book all Gentleman would love!

How to Tie a Tie by

This book makes me think of several of the gents I know! I was surprised and amazed at the variety of styles and the information that was out there on how to tie a necktie and make it look as good as it possibly can.  I think every gentlemen should own this book and  use it. if ladies try to dresss well so should  men!!

Jin begins with the fundamentals, such as fabric choices and matching ties to the rest of your clothes. From there, he moves to tying classic knots, to easy knots, and then finally to some bold looking knots. Some of these I may never use, but it’s good information to have handy in case I do.

A well-tied tie is the first serious step in life,”  quipped Oscar Wilde, a fashion genius who could knot an ascot as well as he could turn a phrase. For the rest of us, there’s How to Tie a Tie. Whether you have always wanted to master a classic Windsor knot or simply need to rustle up an acceptable bow tie, this is your personal guide to dressing seriously well.

Inside you’ll find:
* Step-by-step instructions to knot neckties for casual, office, and evening wear
* Tailoring basics for sartorial excellence
* Guidlines for matching cufflinks to shirts, foldng pocket squares, and other essential finishing touches
Every guy needs to know how to dress well, and this book is a guide to set him up for success. How to tie a tie is becoming a lost art, as many men do not wear ties on a regular basis. This book takes the mystery out of neck wear.

This book has a wonderful cloth covered hard back style. There are pictures and instructions to tie neck ties with various knots. Also included are bow ties and pocket squares. There are also suggestions for putting together dress outfits for various occasions.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertisin

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