With the introduction of a little metal pin during the Victorian Era, ties could no longer fly with the wind. The issue with said tie pins, however, was that they’d puncture neckwear, leaving holes. So in the 1900s, the spring-loaded tie bar was born as a solution.
Tie bars hold your tie in place by binding your neckwear to the front placket of your shirt. A tie bar should sit between the 3rd and 4th shirt buttons.
Here at Van Buck England, we offer a range of Tie Bars. They are of the highest quality, made only from the finest materials, and they come beautifully packaged in a special presentation box. For the modern man, on the lookout for something a little more traditional, these men’s Tie Bars are a great choice.