Classic Navy Blue Ties
Looking for a classic navy blue tie? Then we are confident that you will find the perfect tie from our collection of blue ties below. Click on your favorite blue tie for more information, a larger picture, and useful shirt & tie matching tips.
The Different Shades of Blue
Above are our mens ties in medium blue. The most classic of all the blue shades found above are royal blue, sapphire blue, ink blue, azure blue, cobalt blue, and Persian blue. Which shade of blue you choose I obviously a question of personal preference. While the color shades described above are terms commonly used by designers, wedding retail sites that advertise their bridesmaids’ dresses often times describe colors with more romantic words and phrases. If you are looking to match a blue tie for your wedding party to the color of the bridesmaids’ dresses then we suggest to go of the picture rather than the description. Should the color not match then you can return the ties for a full refund.
How to Best Wear Blue Ties
Blue is a very versatile color. Blue ties are well suited for any season, any time of the day, and match for any occasion. It is not surprising that blue is the most popular color on men’s neckties. Because blue ties match well with almost any shirt and suit color, it is not the color one has to pay attention to when matching the tie to shirt and suit, but the pattern. For more information we also invite you to read our guide on Shirt and Tie Combinations
The Meaning of the Color Blue
Blue is by far men’s most favorite color. Psychologists and color experts have studied the effects of blue on people in much detail. According to different studies and surveys blue has a soothing and calming effect on people. It portrays trust, dependability, and competence. Because of these characteristics blue is the most popular tie color in business. If you are dressing for a job interview or an important business meeting then we suggest a classic blue tie with elegant striped pattern. For more information you may also want to read our dress code guide on What to Wear to an Interview