Why Every Woman Should Learn How To Tie A Tie

Im a woman. Why should I learn how to tie a tie?

It seems perfectly logical that a woman would never need to have this ability among her list of assets. Actually, it is one of the greatest assets a woman can have. True, theres probably never going to be a reason for you to wear a tie for yourself. That doesnt mean there wont be occasions where this talent will be desperately needed.

First of all, the majority of women are going to have mates, brothers, sons, or even best friends all of whom are males. At occasions such as weddings, any combination of these males may be required to don a tie and there are always some of them that have never had a tie on in their lives. You can quickly become a favorite family member if you are able to get these men in proper attire in time for the special event.

You may think that your significant other can take care of himself since hes been putting on his own tie for years. Sometimes things dont go right, and accidents can leave you in a bind. If you ever have the occasion of living with a man who has a cast on one arm, you will be amazed at the things he will need help with. Even if he hasnt injured his dominant hand, tying a tie without the use of both hands is simply impossible. At least, for the average male.

Then theres the prospect of having sons. Again, you shouldnt always assume that your significant other will be able to take care of your sons accessorizing needs. If there are to be only two social events in one years time, you can bet that Murphys Law will schedule them at the same time. If you know how to tie a tie ahead of time, there wont be any panic when the time comes.

There is always a possibility that you could end up in a field of employment where being able to tie a tie will play an important role. As a department store clerk in the mens department, I quickly saw the need to learn this talent for my job. Between the diagrams the store supplied and with the help of a co-worker, I easily learned the technique. It is much easier to sell a tie to someone who cant tie their own tie if you can tie it for them.

It isnt that women dont already have enough responsibilities. Sometimes it is just a real convenience to be able to help out in a pinch. If you dont have someone who can show you how to tie a tie, then its probably even more important for you to learn yourself. Just get a video that demonstrates with step-by-step directions. Think of it as making yourself indispensable to your man!

Cufflinks Still In Style

A man does not have to be sophisticated to wear a French cuff shirt with tie and cuff links. Cufflinks can be for the average man to wear.
There are many different styles of cufflinks for men today from poker, to the hunter, to the artist and more. Anyone that wears cufflinks know that the craftsmanship gone into cufflinks. Cufflinks will give a great and comfortable look to any casual wear for men and women alike.

With the economical crunch, men’s fashions for shirt and ties have come to the simple white shirt with button cuffs or French style. With a solid tie this will give a clean and business like appearance at work. A color tie to match a suit depends on the shirt and tie for a person to match a set of cufflinks for a style a person would like. Sliver cufflinks and gold cuff links are the most popular by far with men. Other manufactures have design cuff links. These cufflinks are made out of other materials such as wood and plastic. For a good set of cufflinks for daily wearing sliver cufflink is by far the most durable with the lowest cost.

Cufflinks have been dated back to the eighteen century. Cuff link was made out of ribbon or string to keep cuffs together. Chain and button was designed during this time to replace ribbon and string cufflink for upper class men. As the nineteenth century unfolded industrial revelation was able to design cuff links with clap at the end to help cuffs to stay in place. This made cuff links more affordable to middle class. The twenty century now brings bright new fashion for men. One thing has not changed is cufflinks for men and women also.

Cufflinks should be worn with matching jeweler such as a watch, rings and belt buckle. With silver and gold colors both can give a sharp look to any man in a suit. For everyday use, a man would want to purchase inexpensive cufflinks to keep more expensive cufflinks for good.

Though out the year, people need to buy gifts for men. With a new fashion trend this is the time to buy white shirt and tie with matching cufflinks. Mens gifts can be from simple to expensive gifts. With the economy trend waving a perfect small but inexpensive gift would be a set of cufflinks and possible a tie to go with the cufflinks.

Wear Hermes Scarf Like That!

Yesterday we talked about the Hermes scarf. And today we will discuss the versatility of Hermes scarf.

Hermes scarf is sophisticated that should not only be fasten around the neck. Following tips are some suggestions for not waste Hermes scarf beauty and your money.

Belt It

Tying your Hermes scarf around your waist is a flirty alternative to wearing a belt. Add a sparkly rhinestone pin or brooch to the scarf to really make a statement. Or, for an updated bracelet, tie your Hermes scarf around your wrist and add the same brooch.

Use Your Head

Using your Hermes scarf as a hair accessory will really make you look like a member of the fashion elite. Tie it around a ponytail, use it as a headband or go for the Jackie Onassis look and wear it “babushka” style (but make sure you go the full nine yards and sport a pair of large sunglasses with it). For the Audrey Hepburn look, fold it in half so it forms a triangle. Grasp the two pointiest ends and lay the scarf on top of your head. Bring the points down under your chin and twist twice, then bring them behind your neck and tie twice so the knot lays flat. Looking like your favorite movie star was never so easy!

Sarong Style

You can go from the pool to the party in no time if you’re traveling with Hermes. Wearing your scarf as a sarong is yet another easy style that looks sexy. Wrap the scarf around your waist. Gather the ends together and tie a knot in the front or on the side, and voila! You can create a wardrobe for a getaway weekend by packing just one scarf.

“Top” Off Your Outfit

It’s easy to transform your Hermes scarf into a sexy halter. Fold the scarf in half to make a triangle, and then hold the triangle shape up so that the top of the triangle is at your neck. Separate the top edges of the scarf and wrap them around your neck, then knot them and adjust as necessary to complement your neckline. Next, take both ends of the scarf at your waist and pull them behind your back, tying them behind you. If you really feel adventurous, you can form the top end into a short chain or choker and then fasten it around your neck. If you’re going for a va-va-voom effect, then wear your scarf as a bikini top. Fold it in half lengthwise two or three times, wrap it around your back and, bringing the ends forward, tie them in a knot between your breasts.

It Can Even Be Worn as a… Scarf!

Oh yeah, you can also wear your Hermes scarf as a scarf. For an ascot style, place the scarf around your neck and flip one end over the other. Then tuck the ends into your shirt. Wearing the same old black-turtleneck-and-black-pants look? Tie your scarf loosely around your neck and knot twice with the ends hanging down. It adds the perfect punch you were looking for. You can also wear a scarf shawl-style over a coat or jacket. And, to ensure you don’t lose it when you take it off, just tie it around your handbag for a ladies-who-lunch look. The possibilities are endless.