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A Few Things to Consider When Designing a Tie

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A Few Things to Consider When Designing a Tie

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  1. The Story behind the Origin of Ties www.jamesmortonties.co.uk

  2. The Story behind the Origin of Ties The use of ties to identify different groups and organisations started a very long time ago. These days it is just easier to identify an organisation according to their ties because of custom tie services. www.jamesmortonties.co.uk

  3. The Story behind the Origin of Ties 1900-1909 Ties were still known as cravats, but men started to develop a method of tying them. Very much later in the future, it became known as the Four-in-Hand knot.

  4. The Story behind the Origin of Ties 1910-1919 Ascots rose in men’s fashion as a more functional and comfortable neckwear compared to cravats.

  5. The Story behind the Origin of Ties 1920-1929 Jessie Langsdorf, a New York tie maker, discovered a new method of cutting the tie fabric that resembled the modern ties we have today a little more.

  6. The Story behind the Origin of Ties 1930-1939 Created by the Duke of Windsor, the Windsor Knot became the most popular tie knot at this time.

  7. The Story behind the Origin of Ties 1940-1949 Because of World War II the ties remained the same for a while.

  8. The Story behind the Origin of Ties 1950-1959 The skinny tie made its debut during these years and became very famous.

  9. The Story behind the Origin of Ties 1960-1969 ‘Kipper Ties’, the extreme opposite of the 50’s skinny ties, gained more recognition during this period.

  10. The Story behind the Origin of Ties 1970-1979 While the wide Kipper Ties were still very popular, the Bolo Tie or the ‘Western Tie’ also came into existence.

  11. The Story behind the Origin of Ties 1980-1989 Kipper Ties were still around but skinny ties started to re-appear, often times made out of leather.

  12. The Story behind the Origin of Ties 1990-1999 A more standard and uniform tie width of 3.75 to 4 inches was established.

  13. The Story behind the Origin of Ties 2000-2009 European designers continued to narrow the width of the ties until skinny ties, once again, became a popular and fashionable accessory.

  14. The Story behind the Origin of Ties 2010-Present Day Ties can now be custom made into several widths and lengths, with the standard width being 3.25-3.5 inches.

  15. Ties, like many other things, have gone through a lot of changes. However until now ties are still being used for different kinds of organisations to distinguish their identities as a society. www.jamesmortonties.co.uk