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The Plaid Necktie; Fall 2010 Fashion Trend

By Guest Author On February 15, 2011 Under Improve Your Life, Law of Attraction

One of the ten fashion trends for fall 2010 featured in the story, “Put on Some Weight: The GQ Fall Trend Report” by Jim Moore is the Plaid Tie in different interesting and unique colors, tones, cloth textures and designs. According to Jim Moore, the plaid designed neckties re-emerged just a couple of years ago from what used to be a conventional kind of J. Press, Brooks Brothers-y world, yet created by best necktie designers known. These designers still continued using Scottish plaid or classic Prince of Wales. However, they are just cut in a slimmer width. It has also an unlined cut, which projects like a drape and with a smaller tie knot. 

 In this era, it is quite obvious that the fashion in the past years have been revived, making the traditional ones modern-looking at present, according to Moore in his feature story. 

Specifically for the Alexander Olch Plaid Tie, it has a traditional appearance because of its three-tone shades of blue, brown and orange, but it’s classical look is what makes this tie special and outstanding, especially when paired with either maroon shade custom dress shirts or any light shades of blue and orange that will compliment the check designs on the tie. 

The Band of Outsiders Plaid Tie also looks attractive because of it’s two-tone combination of red and gray that gives its eye-catching looks, making it great paired with plain either dark or light shades of mens dress shirts. Wearing gray dress shirts will also highlight the big checked designs on the tie. 

 To get a more relaxing appearance, the Billy Reid Plaid Tie will do the trick. However, this is not as striking as the previous two mentioned earlier. Its shades are calmer with a little dim navy blue, brown and white hues patterned in checked designs. Thus, this is perfect for dark brown or navy blue dress shirts because it will surely compliment the highlighted shades on the necktie. 

 These plaid neckties featured for the fall 2010 fashion trend are tagged from $95 to around $150 in different boutiques. 

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