The Best Texture Ties and How to Wear Them

If you’re excited to upgrade your look, changing up your accessories such as adding a texture tie to your wardrobe is a great way to get it ready for a new season. Start by choosing a tie in an appropriate fabric such as flannel, tweed, or wool so that the texture can provide visual depth to an otherwise bland outfit. Below are a few our favorite texture ties and how to wear them.

Suitsupply Wool Silk Ties

Suitsupply Wool Ties

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Don’t be afraid to wear a tie with modern patterns, colors, and dots to revamp your fall wardrobe. They add personality and a pop of color to a formal look. This golden yellow wool tie from Suitsupply would look amazing combined with a dark blue suit styled along with a white dress shirt. Keep the rest of your accessories simple so they don’t overwhelm your outfit.

Emma Willis Cashmere Tie

Emma Willis Cashmere Tie

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Impeccably crafted, this cashmere tie in a rich blue hue exudes refinement. It provides a nice luxe finish to a fall outfit. Wear it with a light blue shirt and a beige colored suit to let the tie be the statement piece. Complete the look with brown double monks.

Alexander Olch Wool Tie

Alexander Olch Wool Tie

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You can’t wear full-on plaid yet, but you can spot it on your neck. This necktie from Alexander Olch will add a touch of texture to any ensemble. It was handmade in New York and crafted from English wool. Try it with a well-fitted black suit and a crisp white shirt for a monochrome look.

Tom Ford Knitted Silk Tie

Tom Ford Knitted Silk Tie

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Knitted ties are extremely versatile. You can wear them to work but also casually all year round. Tom Ford’s knitted silk version will add visual interest to a muted ensemble. Crafted in Italy in a steely anthracite and light-grey palette, the tie is both striking and seasonally appropriate. Wear yours with slim trousers and a button-down collar shirt.

Oliver Spencer Wool Tie

Oliver Spencer Wool Tie

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This rich midnight-blue tie is perfect for work or play. It’s a substantial wool piece that contrasts with blue and off-white slubs for depth. Try it with a blue shirt under a denim jacket, chinos, and brown chukka boots for an effortless off-duty look. For work, pair it with a grey sweater vest combo and black tailored trousers.

J.Crew Tweed Tie

Tweed Tie from J.Crew

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Liven up your collection of ties with a textured number from J.Crew. This classic tie was handmade in New York City’s Long Island City from the finest English silk tweed. Wear it with a blue shirt and navy suit for a head-to-toe tonal ensemble.

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