Who says neckties can only be worn in the office? While that’s the most common place it’s seen, these decorative accessories can take on a refreshing look when styled differently. It really isn’t that hard to see how one can wear these designer neckties outside of the boardroom and we start by showing you how you to pair your look along with our stylish picks.

Hermès Booooouh ! necktie
Hermès Booooouh ! necktie (Photo credit: Hermès)

As the name of the necktie suggests, this hand-sewn silk twill features a whimsical ghost print. When viewed from afar, the white ghost details resemble white specks against its light blue base. This quirky Hermès tie could be styled with a crisp tailored shirt and matched with a pair of denim jeans for a comfortable yet polished day look.

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Celine pointed tip tie in marbled print silk
Celine pointed tip tie in marbled print silk (Photo credit: Celine)

This Celine tie showcases a bold and standout marbled graphic print that could compliment any plain white shirt. It’s made of full silk and rather flashy so we’d suggest pairing this design with bright colours like a red leather jacket or an orange blazer.

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4G Givenchy jacquard tie in silk
4G Givenchy jacquard tie in silk (Photo credit: Givenchy)

This 4G Givenchy jacquard tie features granite textures with a skinny yet sleek silhouette. Its navy toned base lets you play up your style with a full denim-on-denim look or an edgy tartan shirt for a more street chic ensemble. Match up the necktie with rolled up sleeves to make your look less corporate yet significantly more refined.

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Ermenegildo Zegna
Ermenegildo Zegna yellow silk tie
Ermenegildo Zegna yellow silk tie (Photo credit: Ermenegildo Zegna)

This combination of jolly tones could be a fashionable choice over your usual dull, serious neckties. Go on and experiment with colour blocking and coordinate this Ermenegildo Zegna paisley print silk tie with a happy style combination. If you’re planning to make your necktie the focal point, throw on a pristine solid coloured shirt to pair.

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Paul Smith
Paul Smith blue floral painting necktie
Paul Smith blue floral painting necktie (Photo credit: Paul smith)

Paul Smith is famous for their floral printed layers and this design feature is also reflected in their silk neckties. Unlike other floral patterned designer neckties, this Paul Smith piece stands out with their blue flower prints. For a fancy dapper look, compliment with a velvet suit or a tailored tuxedo.

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Josiah Chua
Fashion Director
Josiah is the Fashion Director in charge of styling shoots and writing the fashion pages. On his days off, he locks himself at home designing and sewing up a collection in preparation for his label's runway debut.