The Origins of the Necktie

The earliest known predecessor of the necktie is depicted in Chinese sculptures from 209 BC. But it wasn’t widely used until the 1630s, when Croat soldiers brought cravats to France. The tie as we know it today wouldn’t come about until the 1920s in New York.


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