With the third wave of COVID 19 firmly gripping the company most professionals now have the smart casual work wear down pat. Which means they wear corporate shirts and corporate ties with jeans and pj’s trousers and probably a pair of slippers. Regardless of whether you are dressing for work or dressing for work from home, your corporate tie from a trusted tie manufacturer, can make a very important statement.
Last month, Vinuchi, SA’s top tie manufacturer, published an exciting article with 5 tips for which type of tie to wear when. This month we’re looking at 5 more interesting elements to consider when choosing a corporate tie for different occasions. To purchase fantastic ties for your whole team that communicate just the right message click here to the Vinuchi website Vinuchi - Custom Branded Ties, Scarves, Badges, Corporate Wear and Socks.
#6: The “First Impression” Corporate Tie
It takes just a few seconds for someone to make a first impression of you and a further 7 interactions to change that impression. First Impressions | Psychology Today As a result choosing the right tie to make a good first impression can be a little daunting. Here are some of our top tips:
- Choose shades of navy, white and grey for a powerful but subtle look.
- Avoid overpowering and very strong colours such as cherry red as these colours can come across as overly dominating.
If you have a sales or customer relationship management team that is often client facing, then contact Vinuchi for a corporate tie that makes a great first impression. Vinuchi - Custom Branded Ties, Scarves, Badges, Corporate Wear and Socks.
#7: The “Promote Me” Corporate Tie
In any corporate setting it is important to continually communicate a confident image and clothing is a great way to subtly do so. What you choose to wear is so important, in communicating a range of aspects about you that clinical psychologist Dr. Jennifer Baumgartner has written a fascinating book about the psychology of dress. https://www.forbes.com. From a tie perspective, if you’re looking to climb the corporate ladder, your tie can communicate a range of interesting things about you including:
Knowledge and Competence: Blue
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#8: The “Remember Me” Corporate Tie
If you’re looking to be remembered for all the right reasons, consider tie shades and patterns that are slightly off the beaten track. Violet, salmon, and even green show no small amount of personality and can be a dash of interest against clean colours such as a white shirt and muted suit colours. (https://bbc.com/whatthecolourofyourtiesaysaboutyou)
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#9: The “Take Me Seriously” Corporate Tie
Certain corporate settings require a more muted approach to ties so if you need people to take you seriously ensure you have a range of ties in a variety of shades of blue and dark grey. You can keep the look interesting with subtle stripes or patterns.
If your business relies on people such as financial advisors or sales teams who need clients to trust their judgement, then contact Vinuchi for a corporate tie that communicates exactly the right message. Vinuchi - Custom Branded Ties, Scarves, Badges, Corporate Wear and Socks.
#10: The “I’m The Boss” Corporate Tie
There are occasions when communicating authority is important and can work in your favour. This is the time to pull out the all-powerful red tie. Varying shades of red communicate slightly different messages, so if a bright cherry red is too “loud” for you consider a maroon a muted red or even a red fleck in a neutral tie.
If you are looking to design a corporate tie for your team, get in touch with South Africa’s top tie manufacturer Vinuchi. Vinuchi - Custom Branded Ties, Scarves, Badges, Corporate Wear and Socks.