Basic Color Matching Of Necktie
- Jul 22, 2017 -

Basic color matching of Necktie

A tie is like a sign that shows formal, deep, and social gatherings, usually for decoration, with suits, usually for formal occasions. So we should pay attention to the basic color scheme of the tie.
Basic color matching principle:
Complementary color: color on the color wheel. If red and green, green and orange, complementary color matching can form sharp contrast, sometimes can receive significant effect.
Approximate color: adjacent to the color wheel. If red is matched with orange or purple, yellow matches green or orange. The color effect is soft.
Same color: same color, but different in depth and shade.
Necktie The same color matching appears soft and delicate, if the clothing fabrics are exquisite, lixian noble.
Warm and cool colors: warm colors (red, orange, yellow), cool colors (green, blue, purple) are included in the approximate color system. Designers tend to use two or three related colors to construct the theme, choosing two warm colors and 1 cool or 2 cold and 1 warm to create dynamic harmony. For example, a navy blue suit, a light blue shirt, and a tie with a blue and diagonal stripes match.
Middle color: dark and white, black and grey. For example, Necktie the beige khakis, white shirt and grey sweater go together, although it looks invivid and quiet, but it is worth the aftertaste.
Seasonal color: some color is especially suitable for a certain season. For example,
Necktie green for spring, blue for summer, rust, brown and wine red for autumn.
Contrast: try pairing 1 and 2 dark or 1 dark box 2. Visual illusion of light and shade; Bright color makes the problem appear to be convex, and the dark color has the back effect, so the thin person wears bright, the fat person wears dark to look better.
As the saying goes, the details show taste, although many men are wearing suits and shoes, but they are a little bit timid in the details of the tie. Peacetime male compatriots still should be more or less floridian idea is in dress collocation, let oneself give a person a kind of relaxed, neat, generous feeling.
The tie began with the Roman empire. At that time, the soldiers wore something resembling a scarf and tie around their necks. It was not until 1668 that tie in France began to this style today, and developed into an important part of men's clothing, however, at that time the tie around his neck to two laps,
Necktie casually lolling7) on both ends. And underneath the tie are three or four corrugated ribbon strips.
In 1692, British troops raided the French barracks in the outskirts of the Belgian city of stagrok. In his confusion, the French army officer had no time to tie his tie with the courtesy, but just walked around his neck. Finally, the French defeated the British. And then the fashion of the aristocracy added to the stugork tie.
After entering the 18th century, the Necktie was in bad luck, replaced by the white gauze "collar" (it folded three times and the two ends passed the black knot tied to the back wig). But since 1750, the decoration of the men's clothing has been eliminated. Then the "romantic" tie came up: it was a square white yarn, which was folded first and then folded several times over the chest. The tie is very exquisite and is praised as the true art. In 1795 and 1799, a new wave of Necktie arose in France. People tie up white and black ties, and even wear madras ties in the wash. The bow tie is tighter than before.
The 19th-century Necktie covered the neck. Then came the "hard chest" tie, which was pinned by a pin. It is made of various materials, such as satin, velvet, etc. Black and colorful Necktie have come into vogue. In the 1970s, the knot tie was first introduced. The era of the second empire (1852-1870) was known as the invention of ties. In the 2020s, tie clips appeared and ties were made in the 1930s. But the main change is the popularity of the tie, which has become an indispensable part of men's clothing of all ages and walks of life.

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