Ties for Women

Most people say ties are for men only but they didn’t know that women are also using them nowadays, especially designer ties. Women use it as accessories to casual wears. Sometimes they use it as belt, headbands and even as actual ties to accessorize plain t-shirts and blouses.

Back in college, I used ties as belt to my skirt and pants. But now that I am already married with three kids, I don’t use ties anymore as accessories, I leave it for men to wear! πŸ˜‰

How about you? Do you wear ties?

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  1. Mikasa says:

    I wear it occasionally. Only then when there’s any celebration in office or press conference. Very good article. It always come down to good content that people are interested in. Thank you for the guidelines.

  2. marikoy says:

    Yeah, I’ve seen some fashionable ways of wearing ties in Seventeen magazine before, but I don’t wear them. I just buy ties as gifts for my sweetheart or other guys in the family.

  3. blankpixels says:

    I used to wear ties in college, during my fashionista days. LOL. Now, I don’t anymore.

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  4. Dubster says:

    I don’t remember if i wore ties back then, im not fashionista kasi hehe 😐

  5. Sherry says:

    I don’t have ties but lately I got a belt πŸ˜€

  6. Eihdra says:

    I did wear ties in high school coz that a requirement that goes with my uniform. In college, since there was a Friday dress up day, I did use them also as belts or borloloys, lol..

  7. Mona says:

    hi there, during my school days as part of our uniform but for fashion i dont remember i wear any .. πŸ™‚

  8. LOURDES says:

    I guess it depends on the way you carry the tie. If it suits you then just wear them.

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