A skinny tie is a necktie that is narrower than the standard tie, and often all-black，first popularized in the late 1950s and early 1960s by British.It's a men’s tie that has a width of 1.5-2.5 inches.
Skinny ties can be worn for both formal and casual occasions.The narrower the lapels the skinnier the necktie should be. Almost as important as the lapels is the type of tie knot.Slim ties look best with smaller and narrower tie knots. Excellent is the asymmetric shape and smaller size of the simple Four-in-Hand knot. Skinny neckties look better on thin and tall men setting perfect proportion to the narrow tie with the slim suit lapels and the fitted suit cut. The modern and trendy look of the slim necktie is also perfectly matched with the use of Tie Bars an accessory that recently has become quite popular. Tie Bars slide in between the tie and the shirt. When pairing a slim tie with a tie bar make sure that the length of the tie bar compliments the narrow width of the slim tie. The narrow necktie is tied just like any other tie. The best tie knots for skinny ties are small in size and have a longer rather than triangular shape.
Looking for something a tad bit wider? Try our Narrow Tie or maybe a Bow Tie.