Tie is an irreplaceable companion: the only element with color notes able to offer an original touch to men’s clothing or confirm sobriety with grace and lightness. It crosses fashions to emphasize the elegance of our appearance, always present in the wardrobe of those who want a natty image of themselves.
Those who do not like to wear a tie because they feel suffocated can unhook the upper button of their shirt acquiring an air of distracted elegance; harder to remedy when we realize that the shoes, bought for the occasion we are participating in, get tighter and tighter as time goes by.
The rediscovery of a more classic clothing does not necessarily mean giving up one’s comfort and originality: a jacket may be is less practical than a sweatshirt but will probably allow us to feel more at ease; being looked at with a different attention will satisfy that unacknowledged bit of vanity that almost all of us possess.
Wearing a nice tie over a well-ironed shirt does not make boringly classic and dull but rather innovative, even revolutionary if those around us continue to dress too casually.