What Does a Tie Clip Look Like?

A tie clip is maybe three-quarters of an inch to one and a half inches wide, among other qualities. Find out more about what a tie clip looks like with help from an experienced fashion industry professional in this free video clip.

Video Transcript

Hi guys, I’m Jordan Landes-Brenman, and today I’m going to be explaining what a tie clip looks like. A tie clip is generally three-quarters of an inch to one and a half inches in width, and it’s made of a brushed or a shiny gun metal or chrome colored metal. They come in a variety of different colors, and it has an alligator clip on the back so you can attach it to not only your tie, but to the placate of your shirt. One of my favorite tie clip styles is the one here, which is on a skinny tie, which is often worn by a young, fashion forward male. This tie clip is a brushed metal and is one-quarter of an inch across. If you want to go a more conservative route and wear a wider tie, you can use a longer tie clip which will be an inch and a half wide and still leaves a little bit of space at the edge of your tie. These come in a multitude of colors, this is a brushed silver, and then this is a shiny chrome gun metal. So those are a few of my favorite styles, and really help accessorize your tie and give you that polished streamlined look. And that is what a tie clip looks like. Again, I’m Jordan Landes-Brenman, thanks so much for joining us today, and I’ll see you next time, bye-bye.

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