Even teenagers need a tie rack and a few quality ties to put on their own quality necktie rack. Let us explain.
Our friends have a son who is a versatile and exceptional high school athletic. On game days you can go to the high school and hear his team members say, “Hey, where’s, Colton? Is Colton here yet?”
These team mates often rush up to him in the hallway thrilled to see he has arrived.
Yes, he definitely helps the team win, but the main reason these 16, 17 and 18-year-old boys hurry up to him is to have him tie their tie. Coaches often require a necktie on game day.
Many of these high schoolers don’t know how to tie their own necktie. Even those who know how to make the knot properly, often get the bottom piece too long.
Colton comes from a family who attends church. He wears a tie every Sunday and he has been tying his own tie since he was about 8-years-old. The tie didn’t always look the best. But he has gotten so he can discuss the upcoming game while whipping his teammates tie over and under and around and arrive at a beautiful and comfortable knot.
Most teenagers shrink at the thought of wearing a tie, but it is an important thing for them to get used to. There are going to be more and more places in which wearing a tie is a necessity.
There are formal dances, awards banquets and dressing up for game-day. One would also imagine that a teen who is comfortable wearing a tie, would be more likely to consider himself for jobs and occupations that require a tie.
Get your son comfortable with professional clothing by getting him a few quality ties and a necktie rack that will provide a convenient storage spot. The last thing you want is an expensive tie tangled on the closet floor among the football cleats or nasty-smelling high tops.
The Necktie Butler won’t take much room in his closet already full of T-shirts and hoodies. The ties stay put in between wearing.
Order one today from Necktie Butler.