Tie Knots for the Fashionable Businesspeople

 

Why tie a plain old tie when you have the chance of making a statement with your knot? Haidar Barbouti has shown us some amazing (and not so difficult) knots that you can practice and wear on special days to make a strong impression on your boss or clients. The following are some top options –

Eldredge – This knot looks elaborate and chic, but more than anything, it makes a strong statement. If you have this hanging by your neck, you would definitely look more imposing than your boss.

Trinity – This knot looks like a classy windmill, with the three lines converging in the middle of the knot. It looks especially great if you are wearing a tie with a smooth and satin finish.

Van Wijk – Everyone has seen this on Prince Albert but you don’t have to be a prince to pull this off. The final effect looks particularly arresting when the tie is light in color.

True Love – This would give the impression that your knot has been divided into four equal quadrants, all meeting in the middle. This might not be as difficult as it looks for people who are accustomed to tying a tie.

 

Standing Out: 2015 Spring Style

Spring is an exciting time of the year, namely for fashion’s sake. This year, designer collections will include a subtle nod to the ’70’s. In addition to the ever-lovely spin upon masculine sophistication, staying trendy will also be remarkably doable this season, on any budget. As cold-weather staples transition seamlessly into the season’s fabulously new, 2015 style, a few key pieces are all that’s needed for a successful wardrobe update.

The Trapeze Dress and Lengthy Hemlines
Trapeze-cut tops and mini-dresses are as versatile, as they are interesting. With a tight, halter-style neckline, and flared bottom, these pieces can be layered over pants, and easily transition from day to evening-wear, with some quick accessory updates.

2015 Color Pallet
The lightest, pastel hues will be featured, alongside a spectrum of neutrals, and indiscernible patterns. Some of the most stylish combinations in clothing, will also include ingeniously-faint Hawaiian patterns. The tiniest of check patterns have also been featured on this years runway, in addition to bold, black, and white contrasts.

The previously known Bermuda short, has been fiercely upgraded this year. Now known as Culottes, this ultimate wardrobe piece remains ideal to be combined with anything tailored. Finally, blazers, and high heels will polish of each modern, 2015 style appropriately. If you follow these spring fashion rules, I guarantee you’ll look as good as Fersen Lambranho this season.