What are people's thoughts on when regimental ties should be worn or more importantly, when should they not be worn? Should a regimental tie only be worn when a uniform out of uniform is required, for instance when attending a Court of Law? Or is the reggie tie more than that, the default setting for covering your shirt's buttons? I consider it unoriginal and possibly tightfisted to always wear a regimental tie, though in some military circles the former characteristic can be regarded as a virtue. However, I do not think anyone can ever be 'incorrectly dressed' by wearing a reggie tie. Afterall, loyalty overrides style.