Male tie - the oldest accessory andornaments, the first mention of which is found even in the history of ancient Egypt, where a strip of fabric of the correct geometric shape around the neck meant a certain social status of the owner. The very name "tie" came from the German Halstuch and the Dutch halsdoek, which literally means "neck scarf". Widespread use of a tie originates in 1635 in France, after the victorious Turks Croats came to the court of the French Queen Anne of Austria with silk bright neck scarves. This wardrobe was so popular with King Louis XIV that he tied a similar handkerchief around his neck, becoming the first lawmaker of the new fashion in France, and hence of the whole of Europe. Well, the modern look, familiar to all of us, the tie acquired in 1924, when the American businessman Jesse Langsdorf patented his version of the tie, which he sewed (and sews so far) from the cut three-piece skew. On this short digression into the history of the tiefinish and see how you can reuse this male accessory. Perhaps you still have a collection of old grandfather ties or your guy decided to completely change the style of clothing and stop wearing suits with ties. And with a dozen of colorful accessories are dusting in the closet ... Here are a few interesting and useful ideas for their application. The outstretched and narrow form of the tie is ideal forsewing wallets, a purse or cases for glasses and gadgets. And let the life of such a fabric purse be short, but the accessory will be very stylish and unusual.Women's tie bags? Easy! Look how interesting can be combined ties of different colors and with different patterns in one women's bag! The quilt is no longer surprising, but if the blanket is made of ties? Truly titanic work, worthy of admiration.