Ties

Corbyn the new leader of the U.K.  Labour Party, rarely wears a tie, I’m sure he thinks it makes him look like “one of the people”, it makes him look weak, not a serious man, and he especially needs, to put it politely, visual presentation.
The Prime Minister does wear ties, which is good. But his dress sense is not good for a man who represents a nation famous for it’s elegant masculine style. For instance his morning suit is a mess, and there is more, but on the whole he has a much better presentation than Corbyn, his wearing ties has a lot to do with it.
A tie gives a man authority, a tie represents care and detail in a man’s life as it dose in his dress. In all , it separates the men from the boys.
The girls like a tie on a man as to them it represents stability, strength, reliability and yet it can have a touch of the dash, if needed.
When I was in my twenties I often didn’t wear a tie with a suit, everybody else did. I didn’t realise it, but I was following the great Gary Grants dictum, he said “if single breasted suits are the fashion I wear double breasted, if double are in, I wear single”.
To be truly different, you have to be truly stylish.
Wear a tie, feel and look complete.

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