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Tie in a cage: an integral part in the men’s locker room
Print, which is called tartan in Scotland and elsewhere in the world - a cell, there was a few centuries ago, and has become a world popular in the nineteenth century.
Tie in a cage since its launch attracted the attention of whether it was printed or woven, silk or wool. Ties in the cage during his appearance made entirely of wool, as it is strongly associated with Scottish kilts. However, the original Scottish kilts have the right to enter the nobility in the front rows of silk models for urban use. What distinguishes the cell from the other tie-motives - is its multi-layered space-square design that creates the illusion of multi-dimensionality. When combined with a strip or a cell of different size, depth of field cage creates a rich and full of nuances accuracy.
Today, the most classic men’s figure thanks to the efforts of designers is experiencing a resurgence, this time on the ties. Their width is decreased, and the color combinations are very bold and bright.
This tie goes well with a crisp white shirt and a flannel suit for every day of an image or a tweed jacket - for a walk on the weekend.
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