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Book Review – How to Tie a Tie by Potter Style

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Title:   How to Tie a Tie
Author:  Potter Style  
Rating:  4 stars

wpid-9780804186384.jpgHow to Tie a Tie is a short illustrated book written by Crown Publishing’s giftbook imprint , Potter Style. The book is cleverly decorated in a cloth cover resembling an English Regimental striped necktie.

The opening chapters of the book give a brief rundown on selecting ties to coordinate with your outfit. This was somewhat informative but also a bit confusing. The confusion came when discussing the importance of matching your ties and suits to the same “weather spectrum”. This is never defined and I was left wondering if they were talking about warm vs. cool colors or atmospheric conditions. To confuse the matter even more, the book alluded to both without clarifying what was meant.  In one tip they related this to either “hot or cold” spectrum and in another, suggested a flannel or tweed suit with a woolly tie on cold days and a cotton tie and chambray denim shirt on warmer days with a seersucker or khaki suit. Is this the weather spectrum matching or is it the warm vs. cool colors?

The rest of the book was wonderful! It included some classic knots that everyone should know as well as some modern knots. My favorite, which I personally mastered a couple of years ago is the Trinity knot. If you have yet to discover the joys of the Trinity knot I would encourage you to give it a shot.

In short, I think this is a wonderful gift book for anyone who is into this sort of thing. It has useful information for the beginner and advanced man who is looking to spruce up his style. The instructions are simple and we’ll illustrated with photographs for each step. This is a good addition to any wardrobe.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

One thought on “Book Review – How to Tie a Tie by Potter Style

  1. RENA!!!

    I think probably both becuz when you match colors you match cool or warm but when you mach for temperature you don’t wanta ware a coton tie with a wool coat when its a gazillian degrees outside eh? So I need to get ties for my hunny and lern to tie em for him now. Do they ship the book to Russia? Okay bye RENA!!!

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