|Neckties date to medieval days when a knight would become quite romantic|
Neckties are truly a measure of dressing for style and possible for love too. I found this interesting piece searching the New York Times for articles about neckties. Apparently there is some truth to love, ties and knights, after all aren't all men knights at heart - Jeffrey Hunter
Article: NECKTIES EVOLVED FROM MEDIEVAL SCARVES
Who invented men's neckties, and why? - Jerry, Commerce City.
Neckties date to medieval days when a knight errant would wear a token of affection from his lady fair - usually a scarf around his neck, says Leonard Brodsky, spokesman for the National Neckwear Association in Brooklyn, N.Y. ``From there, it just evolved,'' he said. Neckties in their current incarnation, or at least recognizable as such, have been around since the late 1800's, he said.
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