So far, much of my content has focused on how to sort and fit your ties so that their colors and patterns are well coordinated with your clothes ... to achieve successful and harmonious ensembles. However, it may be equally important to master what you are trying to convey with the colors you wear.
It represents mostly kindness. If you want to communicate ideas or messages with kindness and if you're willing to work with others, it's the color you need! A light blue tie shows your desire to work for others and shows you will to make concessions for the bigger good of your team.
This is the typical color of the dominant man. A navy blue tie is synonymous with daring and trust. It is a cold color that also represents peace and serenity. Moreover, because most of your suits are navy blue or anthracite, a navy blue tie fits very well with these outfits and can be very suitable for important business presentations, no matter if you are the keynote speaker or an attendee.
It shows the authority and trust, but also passion. The red tie is very suitable for a work meetings in which you try to send a powerful message about your vision and ideas.
Rose stands for romance, temptation, but also peace and serenity. But who said a man could not wear pink clothes? Leave on clichés. A touch of color with a pink tie in the male wardrobe is chic and elegant!
The grey tie represents neutrality and can show you as committed, but not excessively. A gray tie is a stylish accessory that suits all situations and brings a modern touch to each outfit. Finally, gray is a very useful color in your wardrobe, because it fits almost any color.
It brings elegance and self-confidence to whoever wears it. In general, we tend to reserve a black tie for very formal events or business meetings. However, having one in your wardrobe is always a good idea.
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