In publishing this tie-wearing manifesto, I hope to enlighten people and convert them to the religion of fashion
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) January 03, 2012
Just about every culture in the world offers its young men ceremonious rites of passage at about the time they reach puberty. The Christians initiate their youth with confirmations, sealing a covenant made in baptism. The Hamer people of Ethiopia demand their young boys jump over a cow four times before they can be pronounced a man. The Jewish people have their young a Bar Mitzvah ceremony, making them responsible for themselves beginning at age thirteen.
Yet, for the Fashionable people anywhere in the world, there is but one, simple ritual: they teach their young boys how to properly tie a neck tie, dimples and all. If the boy completes this trial, he is ready to embrace manhood. He can now impress women with his sense of style, marry and win bread for his family by being clever in a suit. And he has now cultivated the discipline and attention-to-detail it takes to fight for his country.
To help the non-Fashionable people of the world see the light, popular online men’s accessories retailer Bows-n-Ties.com has just published Men’s Ties Fashion Faux Pas: Nine Things You Can Do Wrong With Your Necktie (And Shouldn’t). A guide to mistakes men make in their tie wearing processes, the article offers advice on tie-care, color coordination, pattern selection, cost efficiency, matching knot and collar styles and, of course, tips on the many ways to tie a neck tie knot.
With the philosophy that a late coming of age is still better than no coming of age, Bows-n-Ties.com is making the article available to men worldwide at: http://www.bows-n-ties.com/mens-fashion-tips/wrapper.php?/archives/256-Mens-Ties-Fashion-Faux-Pas.html.
“It pains me to see so much tie-wearing confusion in the world. I regularly see wrinkled ties, stained ties, low quality ties, poorly tied knots and mismatched knot and collar combinations. Men around the world are facing a spiritual crisis and the time has come for it to be put to an end,” said Bows-n-Ties.com Founder and High Priest of Men’s Accessories Hendrik Pohl. “In publishing this tie-wearing manifesto, I hope to enlighten people and convert them to the religion of fashion, where everybody always gets along and men always look good.”
Boys-n-Ties.com, which carries a wide selection of affordable, quality neck and bow ties in every color, style and size, also offers men tips on how to find ties at a bargain and picking the right pattern—nine commandments that will turn any boy into a man.