Christmas is next week, so someone’s bound to invite you to some sort of Christmas or other Holiday-themed festivities!

Be it Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Office party, family party, or a holiday downtown adventure, it never hurts to be a little festive.

How to Look Great in a Tie this Holiday

Whether you have a tie with snowmen or a tie with candy cane stripes, or you’re looking for an excuse to buy a super-flashy tie, we have you covered. If we don’t have what you’re looking for, we’ll direct you to where to go.

In the meantime, read ahead to know when and where to wear different holiday-themed ties.


Wear them for an icebreaker

It’s a good way to get a conversation started or to grab the attention of someone who catches your fancy. Your tie can make a statement that immediately sparks a question or interest. All you have to do is pick the right one that doesn’t overstep the boundaries and make you seem corny.

Own it!

We don’t mean purchase it, borrowing or rentals are allowed. We’re talking attitude. If you put on a tie with a light-up a menorah or a string of Christmas lights sewn in, don’t be embarrassed. Act like it’s the most gorgeous tie in the world and it makes you look awesome.

Keep it classy

For things like office parties or events where you’re trying to impress in-laws, parents of your girlfriend, or other similar situations, you may want to stick to the classier option of candy-cane-esque stripes or something subtle like snowflakes. Don’t wear the Rudolph tie or the “Ho Ho Ho” Santa tie to a wedding.

Keep it clean when children will be present

Some novelty ties are emblazoned with questionable references. Be aware of who will be at these parties or events. We don’t need grandma or your little nephew getting upset or confused by the words (or actions) on your tie.

Keep it fun

It’s Christmas. You don’t have to wear a full suit to throw on a festive tie. You also don’t need to keep it fully tied and tight all night.

Opt for a goofy holiday tie for the “Ugly Christmas” parties

You’ll look much better in a goofy tie than an ill-fitting sweater. Catch the eye of the cute girl under the mistletoe.

Try a festive bow tie — especially with a higher collared shirt

This will simply be awesome. You should try it in front of a mirror right now.


Feel Pressured

If you don’t want to wear a festive tie- don’t. You can go with holiday colors instead. Or no tie at all.

Mix patterns

If you’re wearing a flashy tie, keep the rest of the outfit solid colors (socks excluded. Christmas socks are awesome).

Wear with a t-shirt

This is a general rule for all of your life.

Be aware of colors

Avoid clashing colors or different shades of the same color (ex: Red in the tie, but a darker or light red shirt).

Covet thy neighbor’s tie

If someone shows up to the party with a cooler tie than you, don’t get mad—make a friend!

Ignore the fun of a festive tie

If you’re a father, you will receive at least one holiday-themed tie in your life. Wear it proudly. Your children will love that you wear their gift to you with pride. Wear it immediately and don’t take it off until everyone goes home.

How to Look Great in a Waistcoast this Christmas

Men in tuxedos are always an interesting sight. But because it isn’t a very common thing to see men in a waistcoat or vest (at least not anymore nowadays), not everyone who wears a tuxedo knows how to dress right.

This is very unfortunate for them because when men wear a tuxedo , women will immediately be attracted to them. But if they don’t know what to wear the tuxedo with, they end up with disappointing dates.

This Holiday is going to be an amazing one when you’re feeling great about how you look.

Tips to look Great in a Waistcoat

Here are some tips that you can follow when wearing a waistcoat with your rental tuxedo :