Tie Pin’s Story

Tie pin was a kind of accessories which used for keeping the tie close fitted and pendent initially. Usually on formal occasions, men would use the tie pin to clip on the shirt, in this way the tie would look more straight, and also won’t straight earthward when you bend. Its function is: clip the tie and the shirt together, fix on the chest, avoid the tie sway when walking or doing other activities, which is ungraceful. Especially at the meal time, hospitable host is used to greet the guests at the table. If the tie droops in the dishes when serve the host would make both feel unhappy, and would destroy the party atmosphere.

“Such men jewelry accessories similar to tie pin was start to arise in the 18th century.” the curator of London fashion museum said, like most men jewelry accessories, the tie pin is not only practical, but also would increase the man glamour. Men usually use the tie-pins when wear a suit that is to say if you only wear a long-sleeved blouse or a jacket you needn’t to wear it. If you use a tie pin when wearing a suit, and it should be pin on a specific position, namely count up to down, between the fourth and fifth button. Pin the tie bar on, then buckle up the suit jacket buttons, generally it shall be invisible. Because the main usage of such type of ornament like tie pin is to fix the tie, if you pin it get too close to the up, even up to the shirt collar button, that would seem over flaunt.

Classical retro style makes traditional men ACC regression in succession. The tie pin was disappeared before men’s chest for a quite long time, even once was considered as the symbol of vulgar and inflexible. But in fact, the tie pin not only can promote man’s grade, but also can reflect the modern fashionable breath.

Olivia Tong is the freelance writer for e-commerce website. weiku.com offers the buyers around the world to find quality supplier of electrical components globally. We try our best to aggregate leads in the business world, and let these leads benefit the entire business person.