Every now and again, we men find ourselves in the need for a tie clip.  Either to keep that oh-to-pesky tie in place when you are out in the field conducting business, out to lunch in full business attire, or to simply give the illusion of a perfectly placed tie.  Unless you happen to have an extra stock of tie clips in your drawer or car, then you might find yourself out of luck.

Well, after a bit of trial and error, I think I might have found a solution.

Welcome, to the Tie-Quick!

Step 1: Tools & Materials

To get this quick and easy hidden tie clip started, you'll need:

1). A sharpie (or other device used to write on a paper clip)
2). A ruler
3). A paper clip
4). A pair of needle nose pliers.
Frikin genius! I will have to keep a couple in the glovebox.
Upon first glance I was wondering how this would look remotely fashionable, but the last step showed me the way. This is pretty clever. Bravo.
WAY COOL! Your method is much better than using a standard paper clip for this purpose as I have done in the past. Your version allows the tie to stay in place even when you bend over or reach up. Thanks for sharing!

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