Decline of the tie: A social investigation
The tie has always been an important element of neckwear in men’s clothing since Roman Times. In the absence of a tie, men’s suit was considered to be incomplete. It was an essential part of fashion, particularly for men. With the innovation of trend of “dress down Fridays” and casual wear, the trend of wearing a tie seems to fall.
This study investigates the rise and fall of the tie as a social phenomenon within fashion trends.
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