And with that, I bring you the brand I want to highlight in this article, Ties.com
As many of you know, I was named as one of Ties.com’s Style Gurus recently! This group is comprised of several men with similar sensibilities and a love of fashion. I’ve loved being part of this group and sharing my own personal style with Ties.com, as well as this community of ambassadors. My favorite part is that each person has their own individual style and way of accessorizing, as well as a different story and inspiration.
But the reason all of these stylish guys are coming together is because of how much they love and believe in the products that Ties.com is making! They have a seemingly unlimited number of ties and styles, which are supplemented by basically every other dapper accessory you would need, such as lapel pins, tie clips, cuff links, scarves, etc.
Throughout this post I will be highlighting some of my favorite pieces from Ties.com and showing you how I styled them and why I love them! The first two photos feature a lapel pin, tie clip, and of course ties from the website.
This photo here is the outfit that I wore during Easter weekend, which features one of the most fun and seasonally appropriate ties you could think of! It is the Bad Hare Day Tie, which comes in this pink, as well as a navy blue and green. I went for the pink since the pants I wore with this outfit were a subtle light green that played so well with this tie. I got numerous compliments on this outfit and loved how playful this tie was. I finished off the look with a solid white pocket square, also from Ties.com, and felt so Easter appropriate.
Now we are back where we started in this blog post, with this look pictured above. This is probably my favorite look from this blog post because it really captures my personal style, professional and preppy with my own personal edge. I achieve this, at least in my own mind, through the standout blazer I am wearing, which is perfectly matched by this lavender shirt. I keep things simple with the rest of the look by pairing a solid black tie and solid black dress pant with these bolder pieces.