San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 04, 2012
Ties-Necktie.com, a prominent online retailer of men’s ties, today announced that it will be publishing a series of articles focusing on men’s fashion and the changes it has gone through over the decades. “Men’s Fashion Through the Decades” highlights the changing trends in fashion starting in 1900, covering each decade up to 2010.
“A lot of people don’t realize just how much men’s fashion has changed over the course of the past century,” says Ties-Necktie.com founder Hendrik Pohl. “As fashion experts ourselves, a large part of our job is to analyze the many changes that men’s fashion have gone through over the years, which helps us to better predict modern trends in the industry.”
The series will consist of articles posted in chronological order, highlighting a variety of different elements of men’s fashion in America from the beginning of the 20th century up to the present day. Each piece not only analyzes how men’s fashion has changed over the years, but also features a “takeaway” section explaining how modern men can incorporate these style elements into their own current look.
“Just because fashion has changed dramatically over the past 110 years or so doesn’t mean there aren’t style elements from each decade that still apply to modern fashion,” says Pohl. “Men who embrace retro or vintage fashion already know this, but the fact is, there’s much more to taking hints from the past than simply throwing on a flannel shirt. We’ve highlighted a variety of different ways for men to take their look to the next level by taking cues from the past, and feel as if this series will be exceptionally helpful and informative to our readers.”
Each piece will feature a unique representation of both casual and formal attire that was popularized by men at the time. The Norfolk jacket of the 1910s, “Victory Suit” of the 1940s and smart-casual look of the early 2000s are just a few elements of style to be highlighted, among many others.
“Learning how to dress for the modern world is all about understanding how men dressed in the past,” says Pohl. “This series will be instrumental in helping people push their style in a forward direction.”