Nah its fine. As long as you are comfortable wearing it and you know what tie goes with your outfit then, by all means, go for it.
tie is a stupid thing.
It is lesbo as hell.
No it's not. It actually looks really good and elegant
It looks good, but being a guy that had to wear them mandatory for a spell (since ceased) I don't wish that upon anyone whatsoever.
My job isn't even formal. It's hands-on, blue-collar.
That was a horrible combination and quite the subtly-veiled insult to me the grunt.
No. It's not at all odd.
no, its snazzy
no i don't
Yes, I don't like women who wear ties, it's looks odd to me.
It used to be fairly common, and I'm glad it's coming back. There's nothing like wearing a tie for making you feel crisp and professional.
Yes, ties are for men. Put on a dress sweetheart
It would be beautiful. I love ties, it would add a touch of color to make the eyes pop. Feminine colors and a satin finish could work, like a lilac tie, light blue, pink.
Not at all.
no if a girl wants to then why not
it’s become trendy recently but i find it looks odd on some people. and even some guys look odd with it but it literally depends on the person
no, theres new ways for women to tie them. I know a few women who like to try new trends and are very proffesional.
Yes. It looks ridiculous.
A bit, yes.
It i unusual but not odd
i think it's ok if they want too.
Its better to wear a bow.
Yes, it is rather odd for business. I never wear one with my dress suits.
It was very trendy on the woman's '80s power suit to have a little blouse with a poufy scarf tied at the neck or a floppy bow tie effect sewn onto the blouse collar. Many of the '80s business books highly recommended this look for women in business. Now, they can do what they want.
ties have been part of school uniforms for girls for as long as I can remember, so it's not so unusual to find it follows into adult fashion. I>
No it’s my school uniform lol
Not really. It used to be very much the norm that women wore ties as part of a business suit ensemble. Sort of revived after Annie Hall, but few women dress in formal suits these days. Many British school girls still wear ties as part of their uniforms.