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Is it bad Keeping ties "done" when taking off

econkid89

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Is it bad to not undo the tie at the end of the day?

I made a perfect dimple in a tie and I was thinking about not undoing the tie.

Is this OK?
 

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I rarely undo my ties but they are kind of wrinkled when I undo them.
You can't see the wrinkles when you take the tie off though.
 

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Originally Posted by econkid89
Is it bad to not undo the tie at the end of the day?

I made a perfect dimple in a tie and I was thinking about not undoing the tie.

Is this OK?


I don't think there is anything wrong with that. I never undo my ties as a matter of fact except maybe when they need to be cleaned. I just put them on a hanger.
 

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I usually buy my shirts 2 sizes up so I can just pull them over my head instead of having to deal with the buttons.
 

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Originally Posted by WhateverYouLike
I usually buy my shirts 2 sizes up so I can just pull them over my head instead of having to deal with the buttons.

 

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Unknot the tie completely then roll it around your palm. Place tie on it's side on a table for a few hours, then hang it on a tie rack. This removes all wrinkles naturally.
 

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this is why we can't have nice things...
 

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Originally Posted by westinghouse
Unknot the tie completely then roll it around your palm. Place tie on it's side on a table for a few hours, then hang it on a tie rack. This removes all wrinkles naturally.

Great idea, I will be trying that myself. Thanks.

Why is there no thanks button here on this forum? I would have love to give you a thank you.
 

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Originally Posted by WhateverYouLike
I usually buy my shirts 2 sizes up so I can just pull them over my head instead of having to deal with the buttons.

Gold!
 

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