Make moves at the office by tying on a trendy, printed wool paisley. Don’t let the colors stop there – pull on a bold pair of polka dot socks (pulling out the orange details in the tie). Add a classic brown leather belt to balance things out.
Winter Boots that Don’t Skimp on Style
This just in: the winter blues suck. We’ve rounded up our favorite heavy duty boots to get you through the cold times – an option for every day of the work week.
It’s about time you used those winter blues to your advantage. Tie on a textured silk bow tie in an awesome icy blue hue, then keep your glen plaid jacket in check by adding a complementary floral square.
How to wear it: It’s easy. Grab a gray suit, this tie and a cobalt blue tie bar.
Climbing the corporate ladder to your dream gig? Be careful not to drop your personal style on the way up. Take it from us and adopt genuinely cool, boardroom-appropriate ties.
Canoe Checks Bow Tie. How to wear it: Complete the look with a navy jacket, cuffed selvedge denim and gray chukka boots.
Get the Look: Adam Driver
Adam Driver, the marine turned big-time actor, is on the rise. First came “Girls,” then a stream of parts in films like “Inside Llewyn Davis” and “This is Where I Leave You.” His star power got a little brighter in 2015 when he played Kylo Ren in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” Somehow, the guy still seems down-to-earth—hence us trying to cop his style from the “Star Wars” premiere in Japan.
How to wear it: Throw on your favorite navy suit and a light blue button-up.
The Color We’re Wearing: Teal
Easily add a pop of color (and interest to any look) using teal ties and teal bow ties.
When it comes to dressing for that gig you want, accessories can speak just as loud as words (trust us). Instate your confidence with a flannel plaid bow tie—perfect for the office and the season. For an additional pop of color, pull on a pair of teal polka dot socks. Before you hit the streets, wrap up in a wool scarf (you’ll probably need it).