On the history of the tie

How to tie a tie? - Advice Roma Abramovich

Tie complements the image of a modern and successful man. Some representatives of the stronger sex find it a great way to emphasize their individuality, the other at the earliest opportunity to tear off the neck "hated stranglehold" and stuff far away, cursing at the same time its creators.

But be that as it may, tie all pay tribute, as evidenced by the history of its creation and application.

Even in ancient times the Roman legionaries tied scarves around the neck for warmth. After the collapse of the Roman Empire the fashion for neckerchiefs adopted the ancient tribes of modern Romania. From them it passed to Croatia, and then in Paris. Brilliant Louis XIV was mad about all the beautiful and unusual, so this innovation had appealed to him. So an ordinary scarf has become an ornament of the French men's room. It is made from the finest fabrics and lace and tie it was very difficult.

Over time, a man's suit pretentiousness lost, and men's attention shifted to a tie - one of the few parts with which you can express your individuality. There is a whole science of tying a tie, they have even written books. In the seventies of the XIX century appeared ready to tie the factory, and by the end of the century - and clamps for them. However, the option of the tie, which we see today, originated only in the XX century.

How to tie a tie

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The node appeared in England in the mid-nineteenth century, the English call it Four-in-Hand. "Four-in-hand" for those who are just learning to tie a tie.

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