Tie Styles

Below are some examples of how we can position your badge, organisation logo or text strapline. There are some standard positions which can be used in combination with other design elements.Normally, fabrics are designed so that all elements run at 45 degrees, bottom left to top right.

A) Underknot

As the name suggests, this positions your logo so it will appear just under the knot, once tied.

B) Tie tip, tip aligned

This places your text logo along the tip of the tie, aligned with the right hand edge.

C) Tie tip logo, horizontal

This places your logo/badge horizontally on the right hand side of the tip of the tie.

D) Shadow Elements

This design shows a pattern of your badge/logos in subdued colours in the fabric. It can either be horizontal or aligned at 45 degrees.

A, D) Underknot logo with horizontal shadow elements

This combination shows a full colour logo/badge under the knot with a pattern of horizontal logos in a shadow colour.

A, D ii) Underknot logo with oblique shadow elements

This shows a full colour logo/badge under the knot with a pattern of horizontal logos in a shadow colour.

C, D) Tie tip horizontal logo with horizontal shadow elements

This tie shows a full colour logo/badge on the right in the tip of the tie with a pattern of horizontal logos in a shadow colour.

C, E) Tie tip horizontal logo with stripes

This design shows a full colour logo/badge on the right in the tip of the tie combined with stripes over the rest of the tie.

B, E) Tie tip, tip aligned text logo with stripes

This design shows the logo aligned to the right edge of the tip with stripes over the rest of the tie.

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