Interesting article by Mary Kenny about the social signals sent by wearing particular forms of clothing, particularly in the context of the current hoodies controversy.
I wonder what signals the participants in Scotsport (and its BBC Scotland equivalent) think that they are sending by omitting to wear ties. When did this begin? And what would the venerable Arthur Montford have thought? What is the world coming to?
Not that it was much better when they did wear ties, as so many of them seemed incapable of properly tieing them. Hence the big ugly knots that invariably appeared below their chins. So here, in the vain hope that STV and BBC Scotland will impose a rigorous dress policy on their sports commentators and pundits, is advice about tieing one's neckwear.