Insider's Picks: Five Tie Clips to Up Your Suit Game

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When donning an impeccable suit, it’s important to go into the details. One might argue that a tiny cuff link or tie clip is an optional accessory which nobody really notices, and that the trick lies in a great watch or a lucky bracelet. Now, we’re not discounting a great wrist game, but you’ll be surprised how seemingly tiny details can elevate one’s suit game into the most dapper of dapperness, starting with these:

Alexander Mcqueen

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We love Alexander McQueen for his trademark bad ass skull motif, which instantly gives a fresh, rebel edge to a sort of tired elegance – and this sword-shaped silver-tone bad boy is our go-to finishing touch to any sophisticated yet admittedly safe look.

Kingsman

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This Rose Gold-Plated Sterling Silver number is a collaborative creation with Deakin & Francis, and salutes the classic British style with an elegant rose-tinted gold finish that carefully blends the contemporary with the classic. Pair this with a crisp white shirt and an elegant black tie for a subtle pop.

Thom Browne

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You’d recognize Thom Browne for his avant-garde looks and his penchant for the details, and this silver tie clip is no different. The label’s authority debonair dressing easily extends to this detailed number in hard-wearing enamel, meticulously engraved in Japan, complete with their signature stripes.

Alice Made This

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This one’s for those who prefer to keep it really classic. Besides, there’s no harm in simplicity – in fact, a strikingly simple piece can be far more beautiful than a messy, over-detailed one that looks as though it tried too hard. This 'Bancroft' tie bar is crafted by a master silversmith in Birmingham's Jewelry Quarter, cast in a sophisticated solid sterling silver, with polished and matte surfaces for a refined touch.

Paul Smith

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For an effortlessly cool finish, go for this sleek silver-tone number, engraved with a diamond-cut motif in the middle. Black and silver go with each other excellently, adding an aura of collectedness with an air of elegance. Best worn with a narrow tie to vibe with the tie clip’s sleek persona.

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