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Ties, Ties, Ties!


Mo Rocca looks at the history of the tie, from accessorizing dictated uniforms to signifying freedom of expression, and what it has done for men's fashion over the ages.




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For fans of fashionable neckwear for men, what's old is new again. Now Mo Rocca who follows these matters has his own ideas about that.

Way back in the 1990s, freedom was ringing everywhere. Women were making huge inroads in the workplace. As for men, business casual would liberate them from the stranglehold of the tie. Millions of American males heard the cry. Mr. Businessman, tear off that tie!

But reports of the tie's demise have been greatly exaggerated. Yes, today ties are back.

What do you think this tie says?
It says first says it is a matter second says it's stylish.
It makes me feel a little bit one of our people.
It makes me feel empowered and makes me feel good like I am actually a businessman. OK. I am not.

Sales are way up among 20-somethings. Andrew Escobar manages the John Varvatos store in New York City.
I really just found with us you could throw a tie almost on anything and it kind of just ups the look a little bit. Makes a look a little bit more refined. And yet you can still leave your jeans on and your Chuck Taylors on. And it still has a rock'n'roll-edge.

It is not surprising that the tie has survived. After all, ties and men have been bound for more than a millennium. Among the earliest models these knotted scarfs worn by Chinese soldiers of the 3rd century BC.

What I'm putting around my neck right now is a proud descendant of a line going back 300 years. Back then, men wore cravats wide ruffled and unapologetically impractical. Over time the cravat became today's necktie. By the middle of the 20th century, though, the tie had lost much of its personality. It had become obligatory. Part of a uniform dictated from on-high.

Then the arrival of business casual sounded the death knell for the tie. Or did it? There is not as much social pressure to wear a tie. Wearing now, it becomes more of a, you know, an interesting piece that stands out more. In fact, men have embraced the responsibility of choosing what to wear to work, and more and more they are choosing the tie.

In one word, how does that tie make you feel?
Powerful!

Clean, smooth! Clean, smooth! You look okay. That's fine about it, they are so good.

I guess proper. Probably it's the first way to go to work. Ok. So it gives you respectability. Sure.

Because you wouldn't wear a suit with that color and pattern. Right? (Absolutely I wouldn't). Actually what do you look like? Kinda cool, I think? (ur, well, without a suit...in the suit, yeah,yeah) Maybe a little modest. You would never get a job.

There is a tie for every occasion, season or mood. This one makes me feel dependable; this one makes me feel like a seventh grade English teacher; this one makes me feel minty fresh.

Men's fashion a lot of guys complain they don't have a lot of choices. But the tie is the one area where you can really letter a wrap, right?
Sure, yeah. You definitely have a lot of freedom. Of course, freedom isn't just an American value. (undefined language) He is from Albania and he has a beautiful tie.

And so today's man is no longer required to wear a uniform. Instead he is fit to be tied.
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for fans of fashionable neckwear for men was old is new again. able Raka who followes these matters has his own idears about that.
way back in the 1990s freedom was bringing everywhere. women were making huge in roles in the work place.after men busimen casule were delivering them from the strangle hold of the tie. millions of american males heard the cry- mr. business men tire of that tie. but reports of the ties demands have been exaggarated. yes today ties are back.

what do you think the tie says?
it says first it matters second says itis stylish.
it makes me feel a little bit want of one people.
it makes me feel i am powered, it makes me feel good like a guy ehh..acturally a business man(ok) well, iam not

shelves are way up 20 or something's. anzulas bar manages the John babeto store in newyork city.
every time you feel stong of us you can tie a tie almost on anyting, it kind of just uplooked a little bit makes a little bit more fined. and yes you can sew it leave your jeans on and your trotailors on so

it is not surprising the tie survives after all ties of men have bounded from more than a moleniam.among the earliest models these nauty scarves is one by chinese soldiers of 3rd century BC.

when i put it around my neck right now it is a proud and line going back300 years

back then men wore perwedge wide ruffled and unapologetically inpraticle. over time the cro became today's neck tie.by the middle of the 20century though the tie had lots of personality. it had become a bully gortory. part of the uniform dictatored from monhigh.

and the arrival of business casual sounded the death for the tie. there is not much social pressure to wear a tie wearing it now becomes more ..you know an interesting piece that stands out or more. in fact men has been breathed the responsibility to choose what to wear to work. and more and more they are choosing the tie.

in one word, how that tie makes you feel. terrible.good

clean smooth. clean smooth keep.keep you look ok.that's fine but they are good

extra proper. promise first a way..ok so give you respectibility. sure

because you would not wear a suit with that pattern and color. right. abosolutely not. acturally what do you look? well, without..may be a little modern. (serious) you will never get a job.
there is a tie for every occasion season or mood. this one makes me feel dependable; this one makes me feel like a seventh grade english teacher.this one makes me feel making fresh.

men's fashion alot of guys complained they don't have a lot of choices. but the tie is one area where you can really leather a wrap right?
you definitely have a lot of freedom. of course just american value.is this
@#$%%^^!!$
he is from albinia and he has a beautiful time.

and today's man is no longer required to wear uniform instead he is fit to be tied.
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For fans of fashionable neck wears for men..what’s old is new again.now * who follows these matters has his own ideas about that
Way back in the 1990s,freedom was winning everywhere.Women would make huge inroads in work place.As for men,business casual would liberate them form the strangle hold of tie.Millions of American males heard the cry: “Mr.Business men tear off that tie.”
But reports of the ties * have been greatly exaggerated.yes,today the ties are back
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Sales are way up among twenty or something.Andrew manager of ** store in NewYork city. “I really *you from this. You can sort a tie almost with anything,kinda of ups looks a little bit about it,maybe looks a little more refined,and yeah,you can still leave your jeans and your * on it ,and still have a lot of *
It’s not surprising that ties have survied.After all ties and men have been bound for more than a millennium.Among the earlist models,these natty sculpts is one by Chinese soldiers of 3rd century BC.What I putting around my neck right now is a proud decent of line going back 300 years
Back then,men wore*,wide,raffled and unapologetically impractical.over time * became today’s neck tie.By the middle of 20th century though,the tie had lost much of its personality,it became a *,part of uniform dictated from among high.
Then the arrival of business casual sounded the death mail for the tie.We are getting it. “there’s as such social pressure to wear a tie,wearing it now becomes more of ,you know an interesting piece that stands out more”
In fact,.men have embraced the responsibility to choose what to wear to work,.and more and more,they are choosing the tie.
"In one word, how does that tie makes you feel?" " honorable"."good clean smooth. keep you look ok.that's fine but they are good Because it’s proper. promise first a way..ok so give you respectability, because you would not wear a suit with that color and pattern, right? Absolutely not. Actually what do you look? well, without it, may be a little modern". you will never get a job."
There is a tie for every occasion, season or mood. This one makes me feel dependable; this one makes me feel like a seventh grade English teacher; this one makes me feel minty fresh.
Men's fashion a lot of guys complained they don't have a lot of choices. But the tie is one area where you can really leather a wrap right? “Sure, you definitely have a lot of freedom.” Of course, freedom isn’t just American value.*********."He is from Albania and he has a beautiful tie,."
and so today's man is no longer required to wear uniform instead he is fit to be tied.
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For fans of fashionable neckwear for men was all old is new again. E who follows these matters has his own ideas about that.

Way back in the 1990s, freedom was bringing everywhere. Women were making huge inroads in the workplace. As for men, business casual would liberate them from the strangled hole of the tie. Millions of American males heard the cry, “Mr. Businessmen tire off that tie”. But the reports of the ties’ demise have been greatly exaggerated. Yes today, ties are back.

What do you think this tie says? ”It says first it matches, second says it is stylish.”
”It makes me feel a little bit want of one people.” ”It makes me feel I am powered; it makes me feel good like a guy, actually a business man, ok, I am not”

Sales are way up among 20 somethings. A manages the John store in New York city.
”I really still feel strong with that, you can sort a tie almost on anything, it kind of just ***a little bit makes a little bit more fined, and yes you can still leave your jeans on and your trunk tailors on and it still has *** on it.”

It is not surprising that the ties have survived. After all, ties and the men have been bounded from more than a millennium. Among the earliest models these scarves is one by Chinese soldiers of 3rd century BC.

”What I am putting around my neck right now it is **** going back 300 years”

Back then men wore cravats, wide ruffled and unapologetically impractical. Over time the cravats became today's neck tie. By the middle of the 20th century though, the tie had lost much of its personality. It had become a*, part of the uniform dictated from up hige.

Then, the arrival of business casual sounded the death mare for the tie. “There is not much social pressure to wear a tie. Wearing it now becomes more, you know, an interesting piece that stands out more. In fact men have embraced the responsibility of choosing what to wear to work, and more and more they are choosing the tie.

In one word, how that tie makes you feel. terrible.good clean smooth. keep you look ok.that's fine but they are good Because it’s proper. promise first a way..ok so give you respectability, because you would not wear a suit with that color and pattern, right? Absolutely not. Actually what do you look? well, without it, may be a little modern. (serious) you will never get a job.

There is a tie for every occasion, season or mood. This one makes me feel dependable; this one makes me feel like a seventh grade English teacher; this one makes me feel minkey fresh.

Men's fashion a lot of guys complained they don't have a lot of choices. But the tie is one area where you can really leather a wrap right? “Sure, you definitely have a lot of freedom.” Of course, freedom isn’t just American value.………………………………….He is from Albania and he has a beautiful tie, and so today's man is no longer required to wear uniform instead he is fit to be tied.
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for fans of fashionable neckwear for men what's old is new again. able Raka who followes these matters has his own idears about that.
way back in the 1990s freedom was ringing everywhere. women were making huge enrolls in the work place.after men business casual were liberate them from the strangle hold of the tie. millions of american males heard the cry- mr. business men tire off that tie. but reports of the ties demands have been greatly exaggarated. yes today ties are back.

what do you think the tie says?
it says first it matters second says itis stylish.
it makes me feel a little bit want of one people.
it makes me feel i am powered, it makes me feel good like a guy ehh..acturally a business man(ok) well, iam not

shelves are way up among 20 something's. anzulas bar manages the John babeto store in new york city.
every time you feel stong of us you can tie a tie almost on anyting, it kind of just uplooked a little bit makes a little bit more fined. and yes you can sew it leave your jeans on and your trotailors on so

it is not surprising the tie survives after all ties of men have bounded from more than a moleniam.among the earliest models these nauty scarves is one by chinese soldiers of 3rd century BC.

when i put it around my neck right now it is a proud and line going back300 years

back then men wore perwedge wide ruffled and unapologetically inpraticle. over time the cro became today's neck tie.by the middle of the 20century though the tie had lots of personality. it had become a bully gortory. part of the uniform dictatored from monhigh.

and the arrival of business casual sounded the death for the tie. there is not much social pressure to wear a tie wearing it now becomes more ..you know an interesting piece that stands out or more. in fact men has been breathed the responsibility to choose what to wear to work. and more and more they are choosing the tie.

in one word, how that tie makes you feel. terrible.good

clean smooth. clean smooth keep.keep you look ok.that's fine but they are good

extra proper. promise first a way..ok so give you respectibility. sure

because you would not wear a suit with that pattern and color. right. abosolutely not. acturally what do you look? well, without..may be a little modern. (serious) you will never get a job.
there is a tie for every occasion season or mood. this one makes me feel dependable; this one makes me feel like a seventh grade english teacher.this one makes me feel making fresh.

men's fashion alot of guys complained they don't have a lot of choices. but the tie is one area where you can really leather a wrap right?
you definitely have a lot of freedom. of course freedom is just an american value.is this
@#$%%^^!!$
he is from albinia and he has a beautiful time.

and so today's man is no longer required to wear uniform instead he is fit to be tied.
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for fans of fashionable neckwear for men what's old is new again. able Raka who follows
these matters has his own idears about that.
way back in the 1990s freedom was ringing everywhere. women were making huge enrolls in the work place. As for men business casual would liberate them from the strangle hold of the tie. millions of american males heard the cry- mr. business men tire off that tie. but reports of the ties demies have been greatly exaggerated. yes today ties are back.

what do you think the tie says?
it says first it matters second says it's stylish.
it makes me feel a little bit one of our people.
it makes me feel i am empowered, it makes me feel good like I am ur..acturally a business man(ok) well, iam not

shelves are way up among 20 something's. anzulas bar manages the John barbeto store in new york city.
every time you feel stong of us you can tore a tie almost on anyting, it kind of just ups to look a little bit, makes a little bit more fined. and yet you can still leave your jeans on and your chock tailors on. So it has a lot to watch

it is not surprising that the tie has survived after all ties into men have been bound for more than a millennium.among the earliest models these nauty scarves is one by chinese soldiers of 3rd century BC.

when i put //around my neck right now it is a proud descent of a line going back 300 years

back then men wore perwedge wide ruffled and unapologetically impratical. over time the cro became today's neck tie.by the middle of the twentieth century though the tie had lost much of its personality. it had become a bully gortory. part of the uniform dictatored from monhigh.

and the arrival of business casual sounded the death now for the tie. there is not much social pressure to wear a tie wearing it now becomes more ..you know an interesting piece that stands out //more. in fact men has been breathed the responsibility to choosing what to wear to work. and more and more they are choosing the tie.

in one word, how that tie makes you feel. terrible.good

clean smooth. clean smooth keep.keep you look ok.that's fine but they are good

extra proper. promise first a way..ok so give you respectibility. sure

because you would not wear a suit with that pattern and color. right. abosolutely not. acturally what do you look? well, without..may be a little modern. (serious) you will never get a job.
there is a tie for every occasion season or mood. this one makes me feel dependable; this one makes me feel like a seventh grade english teacher.this one makes me feel minty fresh.

men's fashion alot of guys complained they don't have a lot of choices. but the tie is one area where you can really leather a wrap right?
you definitely have a lot of freedom. of course freedom is just an american value.This is a stylish competition on men in America, very good in America, some **
he is from albinia and he has a beautiful time."con..to Washington"

and so today's man is no longer required to wear a uniform instead he is fit to be tied.
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For fans of fashionable neckwear for men, what's old is new again. Albo Raka who follows these matters has his own ideas about that.

Way back in the 1990s, freedom was ringing everywhere. Women were making huge enrolls in the work place. As for men, business casual would liberate them from the stranglehold of the tie. Millions of American males heard the cry. “Mr. businessman, tear off that tie!” But reports of the tie’s demise have been greatly exaggerated. Yes, today ties are back.

What do you think this tie says?
It says first it matters second says it's stylish.
It makes me feel a little bit one of our people.
It makes me feel empowered and makes me feel good like I am ur..acturally a businessman (OK) Well, I am not.

Sales are way up among 20-somethings. Andrew Escobar manages the John Barbeto store in New York City.
I really think strongly that you can throw a tie almost on anything and kinda of just oops to look a little bit, makes it look a little more refined. And yet you can still leave your jeans on u, and your chuck tailors on. And it still has a lot to watch

It is not surprising that the tie has survived. After all, ties and men have been bound for more than a millennium. Among the earliest models, these naughty scarf to wore by Chinese soldiers of 3rd century BC.

What I am putting around my neck right now is a proud descent of a line going back 300 years

Back then, men wore cravats, wide ruffled and unapologetically impractical. Over time the cravat became today's neck tie. By the middle of the twentieth century though, the tie had lost much of its personality. It had become obligatory, part of the uniform dictated from on-high.

Then the arrival of business casual sounded the death knell for the tie. Or did it. “There is not much social pressure to wear a tie. Wearing it now becomes more of a, you know, an interesting piece that stands out more.” In fact, men have embraced the responsibility of choosing what to wear to work., and more and more they are choosing the tie.

In one word, how does that tie makes you feel?

Powerful.
Clean. (Clean?)
Smooth. Keep me ok. That's fine but they are so good because proper.
Probably because…
OK. So guess you respect ability. Because you wouldn’t wear a suit with that color and pattern, right?
Absolutely not now.
Actually what do I look kinda cool, I think. Well, with that maybe a little modern. (Yeah, those serious.) You will even never get a job.

There is a tie for every occasion, season or mood. This one makes me feel dependable. This one makes me feel like a seventh grade English teacher. This one makes me feel minty fresh.

Men’s fashion. A lot of guys complain they don't have a lot of choice. But the tie is the one area where you can really leather a wrap right?
Sure. You definitely have a lot of freedom.
Of course, freedom isn’t just an American value. This is a stylish competition on men in America, very good in America, some **
He is from Albania and he get a beautiful tie. "con..to Washington"

And so today's man is no longer required to wear a uniform. Instead, he is fit to be tied.
We are stronger when we are together.
Disfrutar la vida~~~

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For fans of fashionable neckwear for men, what's old is new again. Abol Rako who follows these matters has his own ideas about that.

Way back in the 1990s, freedom was ringing everywhere. Women were making huge inroads in the work place. As for men, business casual would liberate them from the stranglehold of the tie. Millions of American males heard the cry. Mr. Businessman tear off that tie!

But
reports of the tie's demise have been greatly exaggerated. Yes, today ties are back.

What do you think this tie says?
It says first says it matters second says it's stylish.
It makes me feel a little bit one of our people.
It makes me feel empowered and makes me feel good like I am actually a businessman. OK. But I am not.

Sales
are way up among 20-somethings. Andrew Escobar manages the John Varvatos store in New York City.
I really just
feel strongly that you can throw a tie almost on anything it and it kind of just ups the look a little bit. Makes the look a little bit more refined. And yet you can still leave your jeans on and your Chuck Taylors on. And it still has that rock roll edge.

It
is not surprising that the tie has survived. After all, ties and men have been bound for more than a millennium. Among the earliest models these knotted scarves worn by Chinese soldiers of the 3rd century BC.

What I putting around my neck right now is a proud descent of a line going back 300 years. Back then, men wore cravat wide ruffled and unapologetically impractical. Over time the cravat became today is necktie. By the middle of the 20th century, though, the tie had lost much of its personality. It had become obligatory. Part of the uniform dictated from on-high.

Then
the arrival of business casual sounded the death knell for the tie. Or did it? There is not much social pressure to wear a tie. Wearing now it becomes more of a, you know, an interesting piece that stands out more. In fact, men have embraced the responsibility of choosing what to wear to work, and more and more they are choosing the tie.

In one word, how is that tie makes you feel.
Powerful!

Clean, smooth! Clean, smooth! You
look ok. That's fine but they are so good. Because proper.

Probably it's
first a way to go there. Ok. So guess your respect ability. Sure.

Because
you would not wear a suit with that color and pattern. Right! Absolute! Actually what do you look kinda cool, I think? Well, without making it a little modest. Yeah, yeah, and serious. You even never get a job.

There is a tie for every occasion, season or mood. This one makes me feel dependable; this one makes me feel like a seventh grade English teacher; this one makes me feel minty fresh.

Men's fashion a lot of guys complained they don't have a lot of choices. But the tie is the one area where you can really leather a wrap right?
Sure, yeah. You definitely have a lot of freedom. Of course, freedom isn't just an American value. This is a style competition. So a man in America, very good in America, some **
He is from Albania and he has a beautiful tie. " con. . to Washington"

And so today's man is no longer required to wear a uniform. Instead he is fit to be tied.


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For family of fashionable neckwear for men, what's old is new again. Abol Rako who follows these matters has his own ideas about that.

Way back in the 1990s, freedom was ringing everywhere. Women were making huge inroads in the work place. As for men, business casual would liberate them from the stranglehold of the tie. Millions of American males heard the cry. Mr. Businessman tear off that tie!

But reports of the tie's demise have been greatly exaggerated. Yes, today ties are back.

What do you think this tie says?
It says first says it matters second says it's stylish.
It makes me feel a little bit one of our people.
It makes me feel empowered and makes me feel good like I am actually a businessman. OK. But I am not.

Sales are way up among 20-somethings. Andrew Escobar manages the John Varvatos store in New York City.
I really just feel strongly that you can throw a tie almost on anything it and it kind of just ups the look a little bit. Makes the look a little bit more refined. And yet you can still leave your jeans on and your Chuck Taylors on. And it still has that rock roll edge.

It is not surprising that the tie has survived. After all, ties and men have been bound for more than a millennium. Among the earliest models these knotted scarves worn by Chinese soldiers of the 3rd century BC.

What I putting around my neck right now is a proud descent of a line going back 300 years. Back then, men wore cravat wide ruffled and unapologetically impractical. Over time the cravat became today is necktie. By the middle of the 20th century, though, the tie had lost much of its personality. It had become obligatory. Part of the uniform dictated from on-high.

Then the arrival of business casual sounded the death knell for the tie. Or did it? There is not much social pressure to wear a tie. Wearing now it becomes more of a, you know, an interesting piece that stands out more. In fact, men have embraced the responsibility of choosing what to wear to work, and more and more they are choosing the tie.

In one word, how is that tie makes you feel.
Powerful!

Clean, smooth! Clean, smooth! You look ok. That's fine but they are so good. Because proper.

Probably it's first a way to go there. Ok. So guess your respectability. Sure.

Because you would not wear a suit with that color and pattern. Right! Absolute! Actually what do you look kinda cool, I think? Well, without making it a little modest. Yeah, yeah, and serious. You even never get a job.

There is a tie for every occasion, season or mood. This one makes me feel dependable; this one makes me feel like a seventh grade English teacher; this one makes me feel minty fresh.

Men's fashion a lot of guys complained they don't have a lot of choices. But the tie is the one area where you can really leather a wrap, right?
Sure, yeah. You definitely have a lot of freedom. Of course, freedom isn't just an American value. This is a style competition. So a man in America, very good in America, some **
He is from Albania and he has a beautiful tie. " con. . to Washington"

And so today's man is no longer required to wear a uniform. Instead he is fit to be tied.
For fans of fashionable neckwear for men, what's old is new again. Abol Rako who follows these matters has his own ideas about that.

Way back in the 1990s, freedom was ringing everywhere. Women were making huge inroads in the work place. As for men, business casual would liberate them from the stranglehold of the tie. Millions of American males heard the cry. Mr. Businessman tear off that tie!

But reports of the tie's demise have been greatly exaggerated. Yes, today ties are back.

What do you think this tie says?
It says first says it matters second says it's stylish.
It makes me feel a little bit one of our people.
It makes me feel empowered and makes me feel good like I am actually a businessman. OK. But I am not.

Sales are way up among 20-somethings. Andrew Escobar manages the John Varvatos store in New York City.
I really just feel strongly that you can throw a tie almost on anything it and it kind of just ups the look a little bit. Makes the look a little bit more refined. And yet you can still leave your jeans on and your Chuck Taylors on. And it still has that rock roll edge.

It is not surprising that the tie has survived. After all, ties and men have been bound for more than a millennium. Among the earliest models these knotted scarves worn by Chinese soldiers of the 3rd century BC.

What I putting around my neck right now is a proud descent of a line going back 300 years. Back then, men wore cravat wide ruffled and unapologetically impractical. Over time the cravat became today is necktie. By the middle of the 20th century, though, the tie had lost much of its personality. It had become obligatory. Part of the uniform dictated from on-high.

Then the arrival of business casual sounded the death knell for the tie. Or did it? There is not much social pressure to wear a tie. Wearing now it becomes more of a, you know, an interesting piece that stands out more. In fact, men have embraced the responsibility of choosing what to wear to work, and more and more they are choosing the tie.

In one word, how is that tie makes you feel.
Powerful!

Clean, smooth! Clean, smooth! You look ok. That's fine but they are so good. Because proper.

Probably it's first a way to go there. Ok. So guess your respect ability. Sure.

Because you would not wear a suit with that color and pattern. Right! Absolute! Actually what do you look kinda cool, I think? Well, without making it a little modest. Yeah, yeah, and serious. You even never get a job.

There is a tie for every occasion, season or mood. This one makes me feel dependable; this one makes me feel like a seventh grade English teacher; this one makes me feel minty fresh.

Men's fashion a lot of guys complained they don't have a lot of choices. But the tie is the one area where you can really leather a wrap right?
Sure, yeah. You definitely have a lot of freedom. Of course, freedom isn't just an American value. This is a style competition. So a man in America, very good in America, some **
He is from Albania and he has a beautiful tie. " con. . to Washington"

And so today's man is no longer required to wear a uniform. Instead he is fit to be tied.
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For fans of fashionable neck-wear for man, what old is new again. And now Boragle who follows this matters has his own ideas about that.

We back in the 1990s, freedom was brought in everywhere. Women were making huge in road and work place. As for man, business casual would deliver them from the stranglehold of the tie. Millions of American males heard to cry. Mr. business man, tear off that tie!

But the reports of the ties demise have been greatly exaggerated.

Yes! Today, ties are back.

What do you think this tie says?

It says...er...first it is a kind of matches, second it is a style.
It makes me feel a little bit one upon the people.
It makes me feel empowered, it makes me feel good, like an actually business man, although I'm not.

Sales are way up amount twenty something's. Androw Askbar manages the John Forbato store in New York city.

I think it is still strong with us. You can use a tie almost on anything. It is a kind of just up still look little bit, makes you look more find, and er, yeah, you can still leave your jeans and your chuck tailors on, and it also has the rock and to watch.

It's not surprising that the tie has survived. After all ties and man have been bound for more than a millenium. Among the earliest models, this is not ascoff, it's worn by Chinese soldiers of the 3rd century BC.

What I'm putting around my neck right now is proud descendant of a line going back 300 hundred years.

Back then men wore cravats, wide, ruffled and on apologetically in pratical. over time the cravat became the today's neck tie. By the middle of the 20th century though, the tie has lost much of its personality, it has became obligatory, part of the uniform diktat from high. Then they arrived a business casual sounded the death knell for the tie. We'll get in.

There is not as much social pressure to wear a tie. Wearing it now becomes more of a...er...you know, an intresting piece that stands out more.

In fact, many have embraced the responsibilty of choosing what to wear to work, and more and more, their choosing, the tie.

In one word, how does the tie make you feel?

Powerful.

Clean, smooth.

Clean, smooth, you look OK. That's fine about it. They're so good.

I guess, proper. Proper is the first I go to like.

OK. So you get your respectabilty.

Sure.

Because you wouldn't wear a suit with that colour and pattern, right?

Absolutely, I wouldn't.

Actually, what do you look at the cool thing?

Er, well, we don't see it in the serious...

Maybe not much.

Yeah, yeah.

Even never get a job.

There's a tie for every occasion, season or mood.

This one makes me feel dependable; this one makes me feel like a Seventh Grade English teacher; this one makes me feel minty fresh.

Men's fashion a lot of guys complain that they don't have a lot of choice, but the tie is the one area where you can really let her reap, right?

Sure, yeah. You definitely a lot of freedom.

Of course, freedom is just the American value.

$$%^#$%%#. So America is so good. America is...

He is from Albania, and he has a beautiful tie.

@#$%&&

And so, today's man is no longer required to wear uniform. And instead, he is fit to be tied.
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For fans of fashionable neckwear for men, what's old is new again. Abol Rako who follows these matters has his own ideas about that.

Way back in the 1990s, freedom was ringing everywhere. Women were making huge inroads in the work place. As for men, business casual would liberate them from the stranglehold of the tie. Millions of American males heard the cry. Mr. Businessman tear off that tie!

But reports of the tie's demise have been greatly exaggerated. Yes, today ties are back.

What do you think this tie says?
It says first says it matters second says it's stylish.
It makes me feel a little bit one of our people.
It makes me feel empowered and makes me feel good like I am actually a businessman. OK. But I am not.

Sales are way up among 20-somethings. Andrew Escobar manages the John Varvatos store in New York City.
I really just feel strongly that you can throw a tie almost on anything it and it kind of just ups the look a little bit. Makes the look a little bit more refined. And yet you can still live in your jeans on and your Chuck Taylors on. And it still has that rock roll edge.

It is not surprising that the tie has survived. After all, ties and men have been bound for more than a millennium. Among the earliest models these knotted scarves worn by Chinese soldiers of the 3rd century BC.

What I putting around my neck right now is a proud descent of a line going back 300 years.

Back then, men wore cravat wide ruffled and unapologetically impractical. Over time the cravat became today is necktie. By the middle of the 20th century, though, the tie had lost much of its personality. It had become obligatory. Part of the uniform dictated from on-high.

Then the arrival of business casual sounded the death knell for the tie. Or did it?

There is not much social pressure to wear a tie. Wearing it now it becomes more of a, you know, an interesting piece that stands out more.

In fact, men have embraced the responsibility of choosing what to wear to work, and more and more they are choosing the tie.

In one word, how is that tie makes you feel. Powerful!

Clean, smooth!

Clean, smooth! You look ok. That's fine but they are so good.

Because proper. Probably it's first a way to go there.

Ok. So guess your respectability.

Sure.

Because you would not wear a suit with that color and pattern. Right!

Absolute!

Actually what do you look kinda cool, I think? Well, without making it a little modest. Yeah, yeah, and serious. You even never get a job.

There is a tie for every occasion, season or mood. This one makes me feel dependable; this one makes me feel like a seventh grade English teacher; this one makes me feel minty fresh.

Men's fashion a lot of guys complained they don't have a lot of choices. But the tie is the one area where you can really leather a wrap, right?


Sure, yeah. You definitely have a lot of freedom.

Of course, freedom isn't just of American value.

This is a style competition. *****

He comes from Albania and he has a beautiful tie.

" *** to Washington"

And so today's man is no longer required to wear a uniform. Instead he is fit to be tied.
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For fans of fashionable neckwear for men, what's old is new again. Abol Rako who follows these matters has his own ideas about that.

Way back in the 1990s, freedom was ringing everywhere. Women were making huge inroads in the work place. As for men, business casual would liberate them from the stranglehold of the tie. Millions of American males heard the cry. Mr. Businessman tear off that tie!

But reports of the tie's demise have been greatly exaggerated. Yes, today ties are back.

What do you think this tie says?
It says first says it matters second says its styles.
It makes me feel a little bit one of our people.
It makes me feel empowered and makes me feel good like I am actually a businessman. OK. But I am not.

Sales are way up among 20-somethings. Andrew Escobar manages the John Varvatos store in New York City.
I really just feel strong that you can throw a tie almost on anything \ and it kind of just ups the look a little bit. Makes the look a little bit more refined. And yet you can still leave your jeans on and your Chuck Taylors on. And it still has that rock roll edge.

It is not surprising that the tie has survived. After all, ties and men have been bound for more than a millennium. Among the earliest models these knotted scarves worn by Chinese soldiers of the 3rd century BC.

What I putting around my neck right now is a proud descent of a line going back 300 years. Back then, men wore cravat wide ruffled and unapologetically impractical. Over time the cravat became today is necktie. By the middle of the 20th century, though, the tie had lost much of its personality. It had become obligatory. Part of the uniform dictated from on-high.

Then the arrival of business casual sounded the death knell for the tie. Or did it? There is not much social pressure to wear a tie. Wearing it now becomes more of a, you know, an interesting piece that stands out more. In fact, men have embraced the responsibility of choosing what to wear to work, and more and more they are choosing the tie.

In one word, how \ that tie makes you feel.
Powerful!

Clean, smooth! Clean, smooth! You look ok. That's fine but they are so good. Because proper.

Probably it's first a way to go there. Ok. So gives you respectability. Sure.

Because you would not wear a suit with that color and pattern. Right! Absolute! Actually what do you look kinda cool, I think? Well, without making it a little modest. Yeah, yeah, and serious. You even never get a job.

There is a tie for every occasion, season or mood. This one makes me feel dependable; this one makes me feel like a seventh grade English teacher; this one makes me feel minty fresh.

Men's fashion a lot of guys complain they don't have a lot of choices. But the tie is the one area where you can really leather a wrap right?
Sure, yeah. You definitely have a lot of freedom. Of course, freedom isn't just an American value. This is a style competition. So a man in America, very good in America, some **
He is from Albania and he has a beautiful tie. " con. . to Washington"

And so today's man is no longer required to wear a uniform. Instead he is fit to be tied.
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For fans of fashionable neckwear for men, what's old is new again. Abol Rako who follows these matters has his own ideas about that.

Way back in the 1990s, freedom was ringing everywhere. Women were making huge inroads in the workplace. As for men, business casual would liberate them from the stranglehold of the tie. Millions of American males heard the cry. Mr. Businessman, tear off that tie!

But reports of the tie's demise have been greatly exaggerated. Yes, today ties are back.

What do you think this tie says?
It says first says it matters second says its styles.
It makes me feel a little bit one of our people.
It makes me feel empowered and makes me feel good like I am actually a businessman. OK. / I am not.

Sales are way up among 20-somethings. Andrew Escobar manages the John Varvatos store in New York City.
I really just feel strong that you can throw a tie almost on anything \ and it kind of just ups the look a little bit. Makes the look a little bit more refined. And yet you can still lift your jeans on and your Chuck Taylors on. And it still has a rock'n'roll edge.

It is not surprising that the tie has survived. After all, ties and men have been bounded for more than a millennium. Among the earliest models this knotted scarf/ was worn by Chinese soldiers of the 3rd century BC.

What I'm putting around my neck right now is a proud descendant of a line going back 300 years. Back then, men wore cravats wide ruffled and unapologetically impractical. Over time the cravat became today's necktie. By the middle of the 20th century, though, the tie had lost much of its personality. It had become obligatory. Part of a uniform dictated from on-high.

Then the arrival of business casual sounded the death knell for the tie. Or did it? There is not as much social pressure to wear a tie. Wearing it now becomes more of a, you know, an interesting piece that stands out more. In fact, men have embraced the responsibility of choosing what to wear to work, and more and more they are choosing the tie.

In one word, how does that tie make/ you feel?
Powerful!

Clean, smooth! Clean, smooth! You look ok. That's fine but they are so good.

Because it's proper. Probably it's first / way to go to work. Ok. So gives you respectability. Sure.

Because you wouldn't wear a suit with that color and pattern. Right? (Absolutely not). Actually what do I look? Kinda cool, I think? (ur, well, withouta suit...in the suit, yeah,yeah) Maybe a little modest. You even never get a job.

There is a tie for every occasion, season or mood. This one makes me feel dependable; this one makes me feel like a seventh grade English teacher; this one makes me feel minty fresh.

Men's fashion a lot of guys complain they don't have a lot of choices. But the tie is the one area where you can really lap a wrap right?
Sure, yeah. You definitely have a lot of freedom. Of course, freedom isn't just an American value. If this is a style competition so / many / America very good, / America, * beaucoup
He is from Albania and he has a beautiful tie. " contain...Washington"

And so today's man is no longer required to wear a uniform. Instead he is fit to be tied.
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