Men´s Ascot Ties

We at Cheap-Neckties.com carry a large selection of ascots ranging from traditional and formal ascots to trendy and casual designs. Click on your favorite ascot below for more information.

Modern Patterned Ascot in Greens and Yellows
Details $34.90
Graphic Ascot in Lilac and Aqua
Details $34.90
Mens Ascot in Lilac and Bronze
Details $34.90
Mens Vine Patterned Ascot in Pinks and Greens
Details $34.90
Modern Ascot in Limes and Pinks
Details $34.90
Modern Ascot in Blues and Oranges
Details $34.90
Modern Ascot in Periwinkle and Pink
Details $34.90
Graphic Emblem Patterned Ascot in Burgundy
Details $34.90
Grid Patterned Ascot in Light Greens
Details $34.90
Designer Ascot in Teals, Blues and Oranges
Details $34.90
Patterned Ascot in Greens and Lavenders
Details $34.90
Mens Designer Ascot in Yellows and Blues
Details $34.90
Modern Patterned Ascot in Teals, Yellows and Greens
Details $34.90
Modern Ascot in Jazzy Lime and Teals
Details $34.90
Link Patterned Ascot in Corals and Blues
Details $34.90
Link Patterned Ascot in Pink and Blue
Details $34.90
Decorative Ascot in Navy and Copper
Details $34.90
Patterned Ascot in Pastel Blues and Yellows
Details $34.90
Modern Graphic Ascot in Yellows and Blues
Details $34.90
Sophisticated Emblem Patterned Ascot
Details $34.90
Men's Graphic Ascot in Periwinkle
Details $34.90
Graphic Emblem Patterned Ascot in Navy
Details $34.90
Navy Blue Emblem Patterned Ascot
Details $34.90

How to Wear an Ascot

Traditionally the ascot was part of formal daytime attire in 19th century England. The ascot tie was paired with a tailcoat jacket, also known as Morning Coat, was loosely tied and secured with a decorative pin that often times was made out of precious metals and/or stones. Today the ascot is worn with much less rigidity. It is commonly worn for elegant leisure wear. The decorative tie pin is left off and the ascot is tugged inside the dress shirt that has the top few buttons left undone.

Matching Ascots − Considering Colors and Patterns

Because the ascot is nowadays much less formal than it once used to be, many designers make ascots with a wide range of patterns and colors. Most popular are intricate foulards and traditional patterns such as the Indian Paisley design. When matching the ascot to the rest of your outfit, make sure that the colors harmonize and that the patterns don´t "bite" each other. As a general rule: Match patterns of each clothing item that are different in size and, if possible, also in design. For more information you may also want to read our guide on: Matching Ties

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