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Dimple in the tie for business meetings?

Poll Results: Dimple in the middle of the tie for a business meeting in the USA and Canada

 
  • 92% (52)
    Yes - Have a dimple in the middle of the tie for a business meeting. It looks elegant
  • 7% (4)
    NO - A dimple in the tie is only for parties etc and NOT for business meetings
56 Total Votes  
post #1 of 41
Thread Starter 

Hello, 

 
I really love this website and the amazing knowledge there is. I have a quick question. I am an entrepreneur trying to make big in the North American (mostly Canadian) business world. I understand having a dimple in the middle of the tie looks elegant and one should aim to have a dimple there. But I wanted to know is having a dimple in the tie also acceptable for business meetings or is it just for parties? 
 
I am trying to get meetings with many CEOs and other senior executives so am not sure if a dimple in the tie would be okay for business meetings as well? Kindly share your thoughts and provide some details. I will be very grateful to you.
 
:-)
post #2 of 41
Never mind the dimple in the tie knot, have you thought about the approproatemess of pocket square when you meet these CEOs?
post #3 of 41
Im more concerned of your placement of an emoticon, rather than placing a dimple in your tie.
post #4 of 41
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by bellyhungry View Post

Never mind the dimple in the tie knot, have you thought about the approproatemess of pocket square when you meet these CEOs?

Bellyhungry, thanks for the reply. No I haven't thought about it? I thought it might be an overkill, but then again I know nothing about this compared to you. Also, so it is totally okay to have a dimple in the tie for a business meeting? Thank you in advance. 

post #5 of 41
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post

Im more concerned of your placement of an emoticon, rather than placing a dimple in your tie.

What's wrong with a little smile at the end? Are you trolling or do you actually have anything to contribute? Anyway, seriously, kindly, what are your thoughts on having a dimple in the tie in the business meetings? Please and thank you! (no emoticon this time lol)

post #6 of 41
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Originally Posted by great8 View Post

Are you trolling or do you actually have anything to contribute?
































I like dimples.

:-)
post #7 of 41
Thread Starter 

lol thank you! Really appreciate it. But I don't like the emoticon you placed at the end of your post lol hahaha anyway, thank you! I just don't want to leave a first bad impression on a CEO by having a dimple in the tie lol so just wanted to quadracheck :-)  I still need to reassured a little more I think 

post #8 of 41
I didn't realize there was a contest, but Spoo definitely just won something.

Also, dimples whenever possible for any circumstance with any people.
post #9 of 41
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Originally Posted by great8 View Post

I still need to reassured a little more I think 









post #10 of 41
Quote:
Originally Posted by great8 View Post

What's wrong with a little smile at the end? Are you trolling or do you actually have anything to contribute? Anyway, seriously, kindly, what are your thoughts on having a dimple in the tie in the business meetings? Please and thank you! (no emoticon this time lol)

Don't rattle a hornet's nest...you sound more like the troll here. No serious person would be concerned with the dimple in your tie. Nobody is going to make a decision based on your dimple or no dimple. They will make a decision based on what value you create for them.

If its any consolation, President Obama dimples his tie, and he sees more important people than you, and most of them do not find him appalling.
post #11 of 41
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

I didn't realize there was a contest, but Spoo definitely just won something.
Also, dimples whenever possible for any circumstance with any people.

Thank you so very much, Claghorn! Much appreciated. 

post #12 of 41
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Saturdays View Post


Don't rattle a hornet's nest...you sound more like the troll here. No serious person would be concerned with the dimple in your tie. Nobody is going to make a decision based on your dimple or no dimple. They will make a decision based on what value you create for them.
If its any consolation, President Obama dimples his tie, and he sees more important people than you, and most of them do not find him appalling.

Seriously, what is wrong with some members here. I am obviously ignorant of such things and I came here very humbly and asked very politely for help. What is with all this lecturing and rudeness, seriously? Anyway, my friends, please share your views about the questions rather than passing judgements on me. I would be extremely grateful. Thank you very much.   :-)

post #13 of 41

Spoo, have you ever done a 'how to tie a tie' video a la the armoury?

If not hope you consider doing one :)

P.S.

Dimple or crumble (more personal preference, do what you like!).

post #14 of 41
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Originally Posted by TehBunny View Post

Spoo, have you ever done a 'how to tie a tie' video a la the armoury?
If not hope you consider doing one smile.gif
P.S.
Dimple or crumble (more personal preference, do what you like!).

I tie my tie EXACTLY like Mark Cho. Every single step.

http://vimeopro.com/thearmoury/tie-tying/video/50828730
post #15 of 41
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


I tie my tie EXACTLY like Mark Cho. Every single step.
http://vimeopro.com/thearmoury/tie-tying/video/50828730

Thanks for the quick reply fing02[1].gif

P.S.

Your from the US, shouldn't you be asleep right now :P (isn't it about midnight?)? nest.gif

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