by Emeric Harney June 27, 2017 2 min read 2 Comments
Meet Taylor. He’s the well-groomed face behind The Tie Guy, a popular menswear blog that discusses everything from skincare to, you guessed it, ties. Harney & Sons had the chance to sit down with Taylor to learn more about his passion for fashion, and we loved chatting with him so much for this series that we knew he had to be at our epic tea party this spring.
Want to get to know The Tie Guy a little bit more? Read his full Teafluencers interview and watch his video from the #ThisIsTea tea party shoot below.
Taylor: Style always leaves a powerful first impression.
Taylor: Mixing highs with lows, vintage with new.
Taylor: A blue blazer and a brown pair of shoes.
Taylor: Dress what feels comfortable. Always wear clothing that fits.
Taylor: The 1950s.
Taylor: Learn to dress well with less clothing than you already own.
Taylor: In high school my parents bought it and I eventually tried some. I drank it because it was high quality tea and I enjoyed the taste.
Taylor: Matcha! It feels great when consumed. My favorite type of Harney tea is the chocolate mint. Lots of flavor!
Thank you for taking the time to talk with us and share your story, Taylor! To learn more about The Tie Guy, visit thetieguy.us. All photography in this post has been provided by Taylor @thetieguy.
June 29, 2017
there is nothing better than a well dressed man. sometimes men forget to “dress.” it makes you feel good and look good and to top it off, have a cup of Green Tea from Harney’s. Their quality of teas of fresh, tasty and makes you feel, “all dressed up.”
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June 29, 2017
Taylor’s blue blazer is awesome. Any way to find out the cost and place purchased?