Glossary Term:Ascot

what is an ascot
A double-knotted tie worn with a pin.

What is an Ascot or Ascot Tie?

An ascot or ascot tie, sometimes referred to as a cravat, is a double-knotted tie worn with a pin. The ascot is typically worn for daytime, formal weddings.

 

Guide to Ascot ties

http://www.themitchelli.com/2012/03/guide-to-ascot-ties/Traditionally seen as the attire of the super suave and dandy, the Ascot is the gentleman’s accessory to lift your style to the next level.  Read more…

 

Here’s a wonderfully informative article about the various tie options — including the sophisticated ascot — for a wedding.

How to Select Stylish Wedding Neckties

http://mechelepellebon.com/blog/select-stylish-wedding-neckties/For a glamorous and formal “White Tie Attire ,” daytime wedding , the male guests and men of the wedding party wear gray morning coats, black and gray striped trousers, a crisp wing-collared shirt and a black or white ascot. Read more…

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
ascot (noun)
a broad neck scarf that is looped under the chin
Ascot (geographical name)
village England in Berkshire of London - S SW
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