A tie bar, sometimes also referred to as a tie slide, is a thin metal strip that is slid horizontally across
the tie. A tie bar must be worn entirely across the tie, from one end to the other. However this is not strictly so, and a tie bar may have its end flushed with the edge of the tie, and the
extent to which it happens largely depends on the width of the tie and the length of the tie bar. The positioning of the tie bar is equally important.
Usually after the tie has been knotted, the tip of the tie is folded up to the knot, and it is the crease of the fold where the tie bar is placed. Uniform regulations though state that the tie
bar must be placed one inch below the center.
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