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Some color tips:
- accentuates overall outfit, combines well with almost any suit and shirt, especially great match for a darker suit and white, blue or gray dress shirts. One of the most popular colors.
- a fairly common business tie colour in Japan, it is less often seen outside the country. There is no stigma attached to men wearing pink in Japan.
Burgundy (dark red)
- business classics. Good for almost any occasion. Solid burgundy tie (with no pattern) is usually worn by politicians.
- also among the standard and most popular colors for neck ties. Lightens a darker suit and especially worn for receptions, networking events and similar circumstances. A color of choice for spring.
Navy (dark blue)
- business classics. Perfectly combines with all other colors. Perfect for various business occasions.
Orange, pink and lilac
- usually worn with white, light blue or other light-colored dress shirts. Good choice for spring and summer or for a commemorative event. If not too bright, still fine for formal events.
Yellow and green
- good in spring and summer and/or with darker suit-shirt combination. Green ties are a perfect match for a classic white shirt.
- considered to be quite casual. Very hard to match with any other color. The best use for a tie of such color - a weekend or an informal gathering.
- worn either in the evening with a tuxedo, or, all the time, by waiters in restaurants and on funerals. Also worn with very conservative black business suits.
- worn in court by judges, lawyers and defenders. In Japan, white is strictly for weddings, although
have been seen wearing a white tie.
Grey and silver
- look neat with a classic white dress shirt. Occasions for such a neck tie include birthday parties, cocktails, various celebrations and other event of the same nature. Grey ties can be worn at work too.
- distinctive feature of those who want and dare to stand out from the crowd, usually attributed to young professionals. Such ties accentuate individuality, mood and taste.
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