I am not one for overbearing suits. I believe a stylish suit should stand on its own. But add a stylish tie to that suit and you are now making a statement. The problem is, too many men have no clue how to tie a good tie. Thus enters the book, How to TIE A TIE, by Ryan Tristan Jin.
Early on I learned how to tie a half Windsor and Full Windsor tie, but that was as far as it went. I know there are many other ways to tie a tie, but have never taken the time to learn. Now, I can learn new ways to tie a tie.
This book was good in that Jin started out by showing the different styles of ties, along with a color wheel to help men learn which colors work together and what does not.
He then discusses and show diagrams about tying classic knots, then moves into a discussion, with diagrams on how to tie knots which are a little bolder. One struggle I had was following the diagrams on some of the bolder ties. That could be where a youtube supplement to this book comes out.
He concludes by talking about style and shirt styles, which was interesting, jackets, cuff links and more. He also talks about how to tie a bow tie, and pocket squares.
Overall, this was the type of book I would give to a graduating college student to help them when they move into the working world. The book cover also has a nice texture to it.
I received this book from blogging for Books in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.
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