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Long narrow strip of fabric placed under the shirt collar and knotted; the front apron, usually wider than the rear one, makes the shirt more attractive.
Wider apron that makes the shirtfront more attractive.
Part of the necktie that goes around the neck, under the collar.
Narrower apron that is threaded through the loop to keep it behind the front apron.
Fabric sewn inside the tie to give it body.
Flat ring behind the front apron that the rear apron passes through to hold it in place.
Seam running the length of the necktie, in the middle of the reverse side.
Short necktie consisting of a knot at the center and a wing on each side of it.
Wide necktie with pleats that narrow the part that goes around the neck; it is knotted loosely and worn inside the open collar of a shirt.