Skinny ties are still in, but many designers will now also feature slightly wider ties than the years before.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 31, 2011
Ties-Necktie.com is bringing the hottest neck and bow tie looks from the men’s fashion show runways of New York, Paris and Milan to tie racks across America this spring. After a highly successful holiday season, the premier online men’s accessories retailer has now re-stocked its San Francisco warehouse with over a hundred new designs by designers like LACO, Chevalier, Puccini and Cavallieri. The spring 2012 looks are available now at Ties-Necktie.com.
“We’re seeing interesting new tie styles from Europe for this spring,” said trend forecaster Henrik Pohl. “Skinny ties are still in, but many designers will now also feature slightly wider ties than the years before. Recently, the style in Europe has been to sport 3.25 inch-wide ties and we’ll be seeing a lot more of that in the States soon too.”
When all wool, knit, cashmere and linen garments and accessories go into storage trunks in April, the tie fabric of choice for the spring will be, naturally, fine silk, which Ties-necktie.com specializes in. The site also carries a fabulous selection of silk men’s scarves, ascots, pocket squares and bow ties, as well as other men’s accessories.
Bright and lively colors are typically the norm for spring and spring 2012 will be no exception. As men put away their winter grays, blacks, midnight blues, browns and forest greens, they will be replaced by more spirited colors. Pohl says bold men will take risks with colors like purple, magenta and even pastel pink. The European runways also saw a good deal of multi-colored ties in striped and checkered patterns, perfect for the season of rebirth and renewal.
Blues are always popular spring time classics and the 2012 designer fashion collections are full of them. This year, light blue, turquoise, cobalt and robin’s egg blue are the tie colors most likely to grace the pages of men’s fashion magazines like GQ, Details, Men’s Vogue and Esquire.
In addition to carrying a spectacular array of designer ties, Ties-necktie.com offers a one-of-a-kind fashion blog, where readers can turn to learn about fashion trends or seek out advice on how to dress occasion- and weather-appropriate. A helpful “How to Tie a Tie” section is a treasure trove of information and video tutorials on how to tie Kent, Full Windsor, Simple Windsor, Four in Hand and Prince Albert knots and even offers tips on how to make the perfect dimple in a necktie.