Elfeves Men's Luxury Floral Handsome Cravat Ties Perfect Design Self-tied Ascot - B074TQ23RK

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  • Total length 46"(117cm), the widest part 6.1"(15.5cm), the narrowest part 2.2"(5.5cm). Material: Polyester and Silk,High quality,classic fashion design,it is suitable for Business/Meeting/Wedding/Party/Casual/Formal.

  • One of our most formal ascot neckties features a monochromatic white school-floral pattern that was woven directly into the fabric.

  • If you are looking for a formal necktie, but want a piece with much more personality than the cookie-cutter solid white tie, then this is the one for you. Made by hand using woven microfiber fabrics.

  • Be beautiful in white with Elfeves's Soft white flowers ascot Tie! This popular wedding color is available in a reguler width necktie with a delicate paisley design that's both elegant and understated. Whether you're a groom, groomsman, or guest, this tie will keep you looking lovely and refined.

  • Made from premium microfiber, this tie is woven on a jacquard loom and is both wrinkle and stain resistant. Sport this tie with a light blue dress shirt and a soft gray suit.

  • When to wear an ascot

    Ascots are primarily worn with formal wear. They are originally from England, where they were worn in the late nineteenth century. (The tie is named after England's Royal Ascot racetrack.) It is a derivative of the more formal cravat, worn by men in the earlier part of the nineteenth century. The cravat was both heavily starched and elaborately tied, unlike the ascot of today. Fabric.

    Ascots come in just about any fabric you can think of, from men's silk ties to velvet ascot ties. Try to match the weight and drape of the fabric to the fabric of your suit. If you're wearing a wool suit, then a wool or cashmere blend is appropriate. With a lightweight fabric for your suit, go with a silk or silk blend. How to tie

    For those who are challenged when it comes to tying an ascot, there are some that come with Velcro closures and some that even come pre-tied. Otherwise, here is how to tie an ascot. (There are two ways.) Tie it exactly as you would tie a necktie for a "Ruche" tie or tie it in an Edwardian form for a traditional "Jabot" tie. Depending upon how you choose to tie it, you can wear the ends out of your shirt or tucked in under your collar To pin or not to pin.

    How many opportunities does a man have to wear subtle but tasteful jewelry while still coming across as masculine? Not many! Take this opportunity to wear a pin with your ascot. An ascot pin is basically a stickpin with an adornment at the top and something to keep the pin secure on the bot . The stick secures the tie so that the two flaps of fabric don't separate. The Jabot tie looks especially good with a pin TIPS for Tie a Ascot

    1.Wool or Cashmere ascots are better if you are wearing a heavier suit. If you are wearing a lighter-weight shirt, you should go for a silk or cotton ascot
    2.A contrasting ascot always looks best.
    3.The ascot can be either tucked into the shirt or left hanging on top

    Elfeves Men's Luxury Floral Handsome Cravat Ties Perfect Design Self-tied Ascot - B074TQ23RK