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may shy away from Rugby's Dart Tie Bar. I think I even may, but in truth we're the boring ones; the fundamentalists that take it all too literally. What I would not shy away from would be a dart tie bar in gun metal. I'm serious too. Nevertheless, this is a fine example of how to add a dash...

2) Position: Some people like to wear their tie bars at a slight angle pointing up or down. I'm a little OCD so I prefer mine to be straight across, but the reality is your tie bar is going to shift as you wear it anyway. 3) Width of the Tie Bar: There are different size tie bars, I say...

Other accessories the stylish gent could use to complete the suited and booted look include the tie bar or pin. Shown off wonderfully on the impeccably attired men of the Mad Men series, they add an executive class to your formal dress, whilst also being practical. If your suit fits...

were $60 & $115, rings were $45, hair accessories were $30, key rings were $30, cufflinks were $30, tie clips were $30, and pins were $25. Though they haven't announced it yet, there will most likely be further reductions later this week. Unless you're really in a rush, my MizAdvice is to...

The same applies to superfluous formal accessories such as tie bars, collar pins, statement watches and other forms of jewellery. So there you have it, a quick survival guide on dressing in a business-casual work environment. Next week we're going to cover what to wear to a job...

Ties & Pocket Squares – these are the definition of personal taste and style so my only advice is this: you can never have too many of either. Tie Bars, Collar Pins & Other Vintage Accessories – please, for my own sanity, use these correctly and in the manner that they were designed....

Whether it's about never wearing brown in town, borrowing my tie bar far too much or trying to decide if pleats are still "in", we meticulously destroyed some of fashion and style's most ridiculous 'rules'. But don't worry, there is more still. Because if there's one thing I know about my...

Firstly, the width of the tie bar you choose is always dictated by the width of your tie. This sounds simple enough, but getting it spot on will make all the difference. Wearing a narrow tie? Go for a short, half-inch bar. Wearing a standard tie? The half-inch will still work, but push it...

Watches, ties, tie bars, pocket squares, collar pins, lapel adornments... you get the impression. The list can go on and on. However, there is one accessory that tends to get looked over the most and can be considered the most important one of them all. I'm talking about confidence. Now...

Occupation: Commercial Insurance Broker Wearing: Suit - Calvin Klein, Shirt - Brooks Brothers, Tie - Brioni, Tie Bar - Vintage, Watch - Rolex, Belt - J. Crew, Shoes - Saks, Socks - Paul Smith Personal Style: "A blend of the office and the evening, a mix of the work day with the pop of a...