Customized Metal Tie Clip Customized Hotel Tie Clip

by:Ipromo     2021-06-02

   tie clip is a clothing item designed to keep the tie close to the body and drooping. The tie clip can reflect the gentleman's demeanor of men, is more tasteful, and shows the fashion of modern people. It is often needed when wearing a suit on general occasions.

   Because in accordance with the rules of makeup etiquette, the main purpose of the tie clip is to fix the tie. Forcing the shirt collar to be buttoned is too ostentatious.

   should be used when wearing a suit, that is to say, it is not necessary to use a tie clip when wearing a long-sleeved shirt, let alone a tie clip when wearing a jacket. When wearing a suit, use a tie clip, which should be pinned to a specific position, that is, counting from top to bottom, between the fourth and fifth buttons of the shirt, fasten the tie clip, and then fasten the button of the suit jacket , The tie clip should generally not be visible from the outside.

  The tie clip is mainly used to fix the tie without fluttering, and it is a kind of metal jewelry that clamps the upper and lower positions of the fourth to fifth buttons of the tie and the shirt. The chain of the tie clip is mainly hung on the button of the shirt to fix the tie, so that the tie will look straight and will not be blown up by the wind, and will not hang straight to the ground when bending over. It can not only reflect the demeanor of a gentleman, but also show your own taste and fashion.

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