Whether it’s for a professional portrait, a special occasion, or dressing up for a visit to your church, you know your young son or grandson will look dashing and adorable in a proper suit with a tie. However, young boys don’t always know what to make of ties, and they don’t like sitting still for you to properly tie one. If it’s too early to teach a young boy how to properly tie a tie, ease him into tie-wearing.
If you have a young boy you want to dress smartly, pre-tied ties are your dream come true. These zipper ties are as easy to put on as the zippers they’re named for. You place them over the head and pull up until the knot is in the right place. There’s no fumbling or tying, and the knot looks perfect for pictures.
Children are among the biggest consumers for clip-on ties because they’re hassle free. Both traditional ties and bowties suit boys in dress shirts and suits. Plus, they’re safer when the kids start playing around because they can quickly be pulled out of the way if they get stuck.
Make a Clip-On From an Old Tie
Start a tradition of passing down Dad or Grandpa’s old ties to the boys of the next generation. If your favorite ties are too big or require a traditional knot, task an expert with transforming the old tie into a new clip-on version.
Call a sales representative with any questions or pointers for outfitting a young boy in a tie with or without a suit coat. Boys can get used to traditional ties, but it’s best if you ease them into it with ties that take less time to put on so they don’t associate ties with an experience that takes a while when they’re impatient.