Tie Ideas for LDS Missionaries

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LDS Missionaries wear a tie everyday on their mission. They need sturdy ties that can hold up under a lot of pressure. Also, they need to look good. These are the top rated and reviewed ties for LDS missionaries and would make a great gift.

UPDATE:  The New Guidelines say that Missionaries are not to wear Ties that Draw attention or are unprofessional.  Here is the excerpt from the new Guidelines Website:

Wear only business- or professional-style ties. Ties and tiepins should not contain pictures or caricatures. String, bow, skinny, or wide ties are not acceptable. Do not, for any reason, wear ties that draw attention, appear unprofessional, or distract others from your message.

Click here for the Guidelines on Ties

The Salt Lake Tribune recently asked, but what about Skinny Ties for European elders? 

Orders processed Through Amazon.com:

#1:

Paisley Neckties

Paisley, not Pasty

#2:

Neckties by Scott Allan

Classy and Elegant

#3:

Chunky Stripe Tie

For those who want to be a Zone Leader or even AP?

#4:

Geometric Burnt Orange Mens Designer NeckTie

TOO FLASHY?  Probably.  You won’t make AP if you wear this tie.

#5:

100% Woven Silver Paisley Necktie

Paisley is in, Get over it

Others to Consider:

100% Silk Woven Apple Paisley

10 (5) Star Reviews

Plaid Tie

Plaid ties are in Style – and this tie is moving up this list fast

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