How to shop Silk Ties

How to shop Silk Ties

Post by Madhu » Thu, 07 Jun 2007 23:13:09



Few clothing accessories denote style and luxury as silk ties can.
Silk Ties add a special sheen to a mans suit offering both visual
interest and personal expression. Other Materials may be used in the
manufacturing of ties but silk has a built in cache of expense and
glamour. Silk ties benefit from the richer dyes used by silk producers
and the expertise of high end designers. Fashion experts often
coordinate tailored suits with appropriate silk ties for effect.

Business fashion experts say the choice of tie can reflect the wearers
personality or preferred image. Silk ties offer very bold color
schemes and pattern which imply power or security. These ties can also
be coordinated with dress shirts to give the impression of
organization and personal neatness.

Silk can be printed or woven. Woven silk tends to be thicker and you
will often see a fabric weave running through it.

How to clean a Silk Tie:

1.Act immediately
2.Resist the temptation to expose a silk tie to water
3.Use a white paper towel to dab a small amount of stain remover onto
the stain
4.Blot with the paper towel.
5.Have the tie professionally dry- cleaned if you haven't gotten rid
of the stain.

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How to shop Silk Ties

Post by Madhu » Thu, 07 Jun 2007 23:24:48


Few clothing accessories denote style and luxury as silk ties can.
Silk Ties add a special sheen to a mans suit offering both visual
interest and personal expression. Other Materials may be used in the
manufacturing of ties but silk has a built in cache of expense and
glamour. Silk ties benefit from the richer dyes used by silk producers
and the expertise of high end designers. Fashion experts often
coordinate tailored suits with appropriate silk ties for effect.

Business fashion experts say the choice of tie can reflect the wearers
personality or preferred image. Silk ties offer very bold color
schemes and pattern which imply power or security. These ties can also
be coordinated with dress shirts to give the impression of
organization and personal neatness.

Silk can be printed or woven. Woven silk tends to be thicker and you
will often see a fabric weave running through it.

How to clean a Silk Tie:

1.Act immediately
2.Resist the temptation to expose a silk tie to water
3.Use a white paper towel to dab a small amount of stain remover onto
the stain
4.Blot with the paper towel.
5.Have the tie professionally dry- cleaned if you haven't gotten rid
of the stain.

Find out more information at http://shopforsilkties.blogspot.com/