When it comes to your wedding day , it is possible that you have visited several shops and didn’t find what you’ve been looking for. Finding a cravat would be as easy as a piece of cake if you consider some important things. Cravats originate from the 17th century Croatia and were of military origin.
Consider that cravats look amazing. When thinking about bow ties, color matching and buying, it is recommended to take appropriate cravat care. Here are some tips for you: Ties or cravats – Cravats are popular in formal wedding, but are more expensive than the ordinary ties. They aren’t worn on a daily basis. Cummerbunds or bow tie – Bow ties come in various colors and styles.
They can all be self tied. Cummerbunds come in different combinations with bow ties. Matching color scheme – If you are wearing standard colors on your wedding day, a close match cravat will suit you great. Colors that go together are: black, grey and white. Contrasts are also good in cravats and suits… like blue, yellow and orange. Consider that colors are there to give life to your image. So if you are wearing a blue suit that has black lines on it, try to combine it with red or orange cravat so that contrasts would be arranged as they should.
Little piece of cravat clothing will improve the overall impression! To hire or buy a cravat – You can choose either buying or hiring a cravat or a tie. The difference will be mirrored in the price. Hiring shops could have limited number of options so consider that too. Plain polyester satin and silk fabric are popular materials for these. You can hire them easily for about $10 to $15.Clean and take care of your ties – Once bought, make sure it is not creased or crumpled.
Lay your prized possession flat or hang on a cravat rack. In a couple of days, the lines from the knot will be clear. If something is spilled on the wedding day just rub a cravat as many times you can with a dry cloth, so that it is all soaked. Fruit juice or gravy aren’t nice for cravats but just repeat the procedure two times more than for the ordinary stains. Do not iron the cravat and never iron it directly. Cover it with a piece of cotton cloth.