Should Your Tie Match Your Shoes?
Ties To Match With Your Shoes?
Let's back up a minute before we hit the ground running, traditionally speaking your belt should match with your shoes. Brown belt, brown shoes and black belt, black shoes. Not only color matters in matching shoes and belts but also dressiness and texture. The same rule applies for your watch.
(Already know if your tie matches your shoes? But want to understand what tie to wear with your fit, skip the wait here to learn)
Here are three prime examples of matching:
Here are two prime examples of not matching:
Easy right? Now that we got a foundation under us let's cut to the chase, your tie does not need to your shoes or your belt in color and texture, but as a good rule of thumb your tie should match in dressiness. Luckily for us men, the majority of ties are already dressy and doesn’t require us to do matching.
Here are a few great style examples:
So, no need to worry about finding that perfect pair of floral shoes to match with your floral tie! Only remember color, dressiness and texture must be matching with your shoes and belt.
See out last blog post: Why Do Men Wear Ties?