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Among The 7% Of Hedge Fund Employees Who Wear Ties To Work, Bigger Is Considered Better

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According to a first year.

After you've chosen a shirt, make sure your tie and collar are proportional. Big tie knots like the Windsor should be worn with spread collars, and smaller knots like the Half-Windsor or Four-in-Hand should be worn with point collars. Bigger knots are preferred, said a first-year hedge fund analyst in New York City."

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