San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 08, 2012
Ties-Necktie.com, a reputable online retailer of men’s ties and accessories, today published a guide on vintage men's fashion. The series consists of five articles, each of which highlights a different aspect of vintage fashion, how to shop for specific pieces, and how to best incorporate vintage style into the everyday male wardrobe.
“I recently spent time in Berlin, and was amazed at just how popular vintage fashion is in the city,” says Ties-Necktie.com's founder Hendrik Pohl. “Take a look at what’s happening in America, though, and you’ll see that the trend is just as popular. Vintage fashion is here to stay, and is especially popular among young people. We wanted to create a series that would help our readers get the most out of shopping for vintage pieces, which is what led us to publish these articles.”
Each article in the series focuses on a specific element of vintage men’s fashion. The series starts out with a quick guide that is designed to help men find their vintage style. Another piece offers valuable shopping resources and tips to find the perfect vintage pieces, while yet another part talks about which patterns and fabrics are the must haves for all vintage fashion aficionados.
“Because vintage fashion is so popular as of late, there are more shopping resources out there than ever before,” says Pohl. “That said, a lot of people don’t realize this, and end up spending more than they have to on the clothing they buy. Once you realize that you can actually find high-quality designer pieces at a thrift store for a fraction of what they might sell for brand new, however, there’s simply no turning back. These pieces are meant to help set our readers in the right direction, and we hope that’s what they’ll end up doing.”
Vintage fashion is a topic that Pohl has mentioned many times on his blog in the past. Just two months ago he wrote a 10-part series titled "Mens Fashion Through the Decades" - a historic fashion tutorial that looks at the past 10 decades of mens fashion.
“The article series’ have been more popular with readers than we could ever have imagined, so it makes sense that we continue to explore them,” says Pohl. “We hope that this particular series helps our readers to look to the past the next time they go shopping, as there are so many hidden gems out there that simply can’t be found new off the shelves anymore, regardless of where you look.”