Luxury suits are indispensable the neckties. Our Classic woven silk necktie set is created with many colors and high quality which suitable for any occasions as the business, party, or dating, etc. Buy it now!
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Neck Ties Facts
Historically, ties were used to keep the collars of men’s shirts together. Throughout history, the tie has evolved and changed to what we presently have. So, where and how did the tie originate? We’ll answer that and provide you with some other interesting facts about ties that you might not know below!
Ties were originally called a “cravat” and were worn by Croatian soldiers Neckties are the most famous gift given on Father’s Day Every year, Americans spend approximately $1 billion to purchase 100 million ties To make a quality silk tie, it requires approximately 100 silk worms There are 177,147 different ways in which you can tie a necktie The biggest and largest manufacturer of ties in the world is in Shengzhou, China Those who collect ties are known as grabatologists Stripes on American ties go from the top right to the bottom left, whereas British ties stripes run from the top left to the bottom right At one point in history, touching another person’s tie meant that you wanted to duel or fight the other person During the 17th century, the English designed a tie a sword could not cut through You can purchase a bulletproof tie The world’s most expensive tie was made by an Indian designer: Satya Paul for the Mumbai fashion show in 2004. The cost of the tie was $220,000 and was made of pure silk and 261 diamonds