How to Wear a Tie Bar?- Mens Accessories 101

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Perfect positioning & size- FAB!
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Where to place it?

Rule of thumb is to pop on a Tie Bar between your third and fourth buttons, around the sternum, and just around the pectoral muscles.

Want to match?- This is a perfect example of a beautifully executed 3CM Tie Bar from Fashion Habitat
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Wear with your own unique touch, but usually Tie Bars are to be less in width than the Tie
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Ladies know it, Size Does Matter!

A tie bar should never be wider than your tie. Three quarters the width of the tie is just about perfect- Less is sometimes MORE.
At Fashion Habitat we have the Skinniest Tie Bars around (2CM!) and in Quality Stainless Steel - Look no further

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Pinch or Slide?

Essentially a Tie Slide is a more Slim Line as it has no mechanism and wonderful as you can see here to give a Classic Look.
We at Fashion Habitat are proud to have the biggest choice of Slide on Tie Bars (even the coveted Rose Gold, more about that later)!
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Colours

Whether you want to match with your Watch, Napkin or Tie.. Colours Count.

We offer Tie bars in array of Colours (Standard Silver to sophisticated Rose Gold) & Finishes (Chrome to Matte).. Fashion Habitat has your back
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Details- Standing Out

Why not go the extra mile & add a unique touch to your look?

Fashion Habitat prides itself on a select range of Novelty Tie bars

To Conclude..

There you have it, now you have the info to make a selection:

http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Fashion-Habitat-UK

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