Neckties For Little Boys Are Anything But Stuffy

Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott‘s son Liam, was recently seen heading out with an adorable t-shirt that sported a tie design printed on it. Ties, once a staple of stuffy old men in suits, are now making a come back in cool designs and funky prints. It may just be cool to wear ties. At least, for little boys.

Ties are no longer found in dark and plain shades. Even grown men can now find ties in every color and pattern under the sun. Wild colors that stand out, and even rebellious looks such as skulls and animal prints makes the basic tie even cooler.

Necktie shirts are great for little boy clothes because rather than featuring a real tie, that can become tangled and knotted around a child’s throat, they have a much safer, and often much cuter option – a  screen printed image of  the classic accessory on the front. Like Liam’s fun shirt that featured a tie half undone and skewed, screen printed tie designs can come in an assortment of looks.  Baby onesies are now featuring hand sewn fabric ties, you are never to young to be dapper.

A cute tie shirt can work for a little boy of any age, and any occasion. Add a fun tie shirt on the way to church for an nontraditional look that still feels classic. Or match a wild tie design with jeans and sneakers before heading out to the park. Many boys will be sporting this look as school begins again. Being dressed for success never looked so fun!

Kids have the ability to take ordinarily stuffy fashions and bring them to life with fresh patterns and styles. The necktie is just one more great example of a new take on an old look. Thank goodness for kids and their bubbling over personalities giving the formal look a wild twist to children’s clothes.

By Summer Minor, a mom who knows children’s fashion.  She writes and consults for My Baby Clothes Boutique..

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