The Tie Bar
The Tie Bar was built on the idea of stylish menswear that’s affordable. They revolutionized the market with the original $15 ties which recently bumped up to $20. Some of my favorite looks include their ties. Great brand and they have established themselves as one of the most influential menswear companies on the market. Ties and accessories weren’t enough, they launched a line of shirts.
A Shirt is Worth a Thousand Words
Now I haven’t worn the shirt at all, so I am writing this solely based on how they look and people’s initial reaction to them. I had the pleasure of talking with someone at The Tie Bar a little under a year ago about the idea of shirts and I’m so happy to see the final product. They dropped this morning and have been doing well! Their single colored shirts look great as do other designs. The Gingham below is my shit.
I really like the design. All the shirts are 100% cotton and non-iron. Non-iron means that you don’t have to iron it, also means you don’t have to take it to the dry cleaner. Let alone, I just take all my shirts to the dry cleaner, they hook me up 🙂 buttttt that gets pricey so I totally see the benefits of non-iron. It’s so much more convenient to just wash and dry a shirt and have it ready to go. The best part about these shirts is the price tag, $55 for 1 or 3 for $140. That’s a great deal, I went through my top 3 dress shirts a few weeks ago and the starting price for those were $120+ a shirt.
I’ll Try Them
I’ll snag a shirt soon and update everyone on what I think of it. It’ll probably be on Youtube so be on the lookout. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss out! I appreciate comments and shares!