The Sir Wylde experience

So for those of you who have followed my instagram page you might recognize the name "Sir Wylde" as a bunch of their products have been showing up on the outfits i've been posting to my feed lately. But those who have followed me for awhile now may also recognize this name from a little over a year ago. This was a collaboration i was very excited to work on, as Sir Wylde was actually the first brand i ever worked with. And so it held a very special sort of importance for me. They sent me three slim chambray ties to pair with different outfits, one blue, one grey, and one salmon. I was pleasantly surprised by the increase in quality I experienced in these ties from the one I had been sent before. For my first outfit i paired the salmon necktie with a dark check vest, black double breasted blazer (left unbuttoned), and a white shirt to bring out the color of the tie. For the second outfit i decided to pair the grey necktie with a check off-white spread collar shirt, black waistcoat, dark blue jeans, my stone suede tassel loafers, and a double breasted maroon overcoat. And finally for the blue necktie i went a bit more simple with a white shirt, black slacks, a camel overcoat, and brown wingtips with white nubuck detailing to match with the white shirt. For those who know my style, it is clear my obvious preference is a bit wider of a tie, so putting together outfits for a bit of a slimmer tie was a bit of a new challenge. But one i was excited to tackle as it forced me out of my usual comfort zone and back into a style i hadn't really worn in quite some time, as well as it being a brand that holds a special level of importance to my history as my own brand. With that being said check out the full shots of the outfits I put together below and be sure to check out Sir Wylde to experience these beautiful ties for yourself.

First Outfit

Second Outfit

Third Outfit

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