On most occasions where it is required you wear a necktie, you will usually be told to do so when you are invited to the event. But there are other occasions where it is understood you should always wear a tie. Here are four occasions where you should wear a silk necktie.
1. Your Workplace
You may need to wear a necktie at your workplace. This depends on where you work. You should wear a necktie if you work at a law firm or as a sales representative. If your work involves meeting with clients on a regular basis, then you should wear a necktie to look professional.
Your boss will probably tell you if you need to wear a necktie to work. Look at your coworkers. You should wear a necktie if they are wearing a necktie.
If you are in a profession where you wear a silk necktie and your meeting a lot of clients during the COVID-19 pandemic, then you may want to consider getting a nice silk face mask.
Check out our article on wearing a protective face mask in your work place.
You should wear a necktie to a job interview. Wearing a necktie shows professionalism and that you care about making a good impression.
Most interviewers want to learn about you by the time you are invited to speak with them. Wearing a unique silk necktie with an interesting pattern and story behind it is a great way for you to have a more organic conversation with your interviewer.
3. Important Birthdays
Some birthdays are special enough that you should wear a necktie to them. Examples might be a niece's sweet sixteen party or nephew's bar mitzvah. If the party is taking place somewhere special like a hall or restaurant with a large guest list, then you should wear a necktie.
Silk ties are perfect for formal events like weddings. Everyone dresses up for a wedding, and a silk necktie is an excellent addition to a bespoke suit because of their shiny appearance.
Check out our article that discusses what you should wear to a wedding to learn about other outfit and fashion accessories you can wear to the occassion.
Wear a Unique Silk Necktie that Tells a Story
Nathon Kong silk neckties incorporates artworks by artists with mental health problems. We collaborate with a nonprofit organization called Les Impatients, who organizes therapeutic art classes for these artists that sets them on a journey of healing. 10% of your purchases are donated to Les Impatients so that they can continue to support these artists.
Silk fashion accessories are made in limited edition. Each one is numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity telling the story of the artist behind your art piece.
When you wear Nathon Kong, you wear an art piece that tells the story of an artist's journey to mental health recovery.