7 Tie Bars That Will Complete Any Suit

A suit without a tie bar is like a sundae without a cherry. Sure, it works just fine—but who wants just fine? With that added final touch, just fine transforms into a heavenly fantastic, and it becomes nigh impossible to imagine ever going back to the plain, banal way things were before.

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Brooks Brothers Herringbone Tie Bar

If you're looking to put a subtle twist on a classic (that is: straight and silver) tie bar, look no further than this sumptuous beauty from Brooks Brothers. Complete with an understated herringbone pattern, it'll add a touch of flair to your look without inadvertently going over the top. ($245; brooksbrothers.com)

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Dunhill Engraved Silver-Tone Tie Clip

At 2.3", this tie bar is a little long, so you'll want to reserve it only for your widest power ties. But with engraved diamond patterning and a handsome burnished silver tone, this thing's sure to spice up any solid necktie in your collection. Just keep it far away from patterned ties; they'll clash like titans. ($190; mrporter.com)

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The Men's Store at Bloomingdale's Brushed Tie Bar

You can't go wrong with a classic, folks. Simple and elegant, this brushed stainless steel tie bar will match with literally everything in your wardrobe. If you need a go-to, look no further. Bonus: At only 30 bucks, you needn't break the bank investing in a sartorial pinch-hitter. ($30; bloomingdales.com)

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Hook + Albert Beveled Edge Tie Bar

The intricate bevels in Hook + Albert's tie bar are the epitome of "dress to impress." It's available in a standard issue noir gunmetal, if you're so inclined, but the rose gold hue (pictured) is your best bet. If you're going to dress to impress, you shouldn't pull a single punch. ($45; nordstrom.com)

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Stainless steel tie clip photo

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M-Clip Stainless Steel Tie Clip

At first glance, there's nothing too special about this stainless tie clip. But, look closely, and you'll spot a sleek racing stripe down the center—subtle enough to work just as well with a solid tie as it does with a patterned one. ($50; nordstrom.com)

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The Tie Bar Matte Blue Tie Bar

If you're like most guys, your closest is anchored in blues. An easy way to spice things up, then, is to invest in a blue tie bar. The offerings from The Tie Bar, while not exactly extravagant, aren't expensive, either. That way, you can pick up a style swerve and test drive it before splurging on a pricier, spicier pick. ($15; thetiebar.com)

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Paul Smith Multi-Stripe Tie Bar

Taste the rainbow? You can do better. With this fun tie bar from Paul Smith, you can wear the rainbow. As a bonus, it's the rare tie bar on the market that slides (as opposed to clips) on, meaning your tie will stay put all day—and night—long. ($95; bloomingdales.com)

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