If you are a professional then you recognize that organization is not a luxury, it is a necessity. You cannot function in chaos and succeed. Even if your desk does not appear organized to others, you are cognizant of what is there and what needs done.
Why would your closet be any different? Why wouldn’t you have the best tie rack available to add the final touch of orderliness to your morning routine?
You don’t need a built-in contraption that is bulky and from which you have to take one or two ties at a time, cross the room and hold them up to your day’s outfit just to see which matches best.
You don’t need a hulking, revolving rack that consume a constant supply of batteries and where the tie you really want is on the opposite side of the spindle.
What you need is an organized, mobile tie rack, where you can quickly carry all your selections to the natural light and make your selection.
The problem with most portable tie racks is that they are plastic pieces of junk from which the ties slide while you are walking across the room. These cheaply built, poorly designed contrivances aren’t necessarily well-behaved while stationary. If knocked or bumped in the closet, they lean precariously to one side and the ties wrinkle with the weight of one another.
At work, you didn’t opt for the cheap filing cabinet where the bar inside falls off every time you add a file. You didn’t purchase the laptop with the 386 processor or pick a secretary who spends her day watching YouTube videos of cats. You need to value your personal space just as much as your work space.
You need a tie rack that was designed by someone who has considered all the essentials. You aren’t going to get that kind of quality from a $9.99 contraption sold at a box store or as an after-thought on a storage web-site.
You need a necktie rack that was designed by a professional who wanted organization, convenience, quality, durability, space saving and ease. You need a Necktie Butler.