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Discussion in 'General Attire & Accoutrements' started by Imahomer, Jun 14, 2004.
Or "They look like they need to be tied."
She's his sister. It's her job
+1. its the job of sisters and brothers to critique, and it doesn't matter how old one becomes. It will probably go on forever.
Ha ha!! That's a great idea! I actually have considered just untying the thing every time someone comments on it. If I was more adept at tying it without a mirror, I would!
Good gravy! I am glad I am an only child.
Good point. I have 3 sisters and 2 brothers, I should have expected this answer. lol.
Has anyone purchased ties from The Cordial Churchman, and what can you say about quality if you have?
I have not, but he is mentioned on a couple of other fora I visit and the comments are always positive. NB: the ties are made by the wife of a presbyterian minister, who himself sports a bow tie and seems more trad or preppy (in the best sense of the word) than vintage.
I can't fault him for that. As long as he is promoting the bow tie
This one was quite the pain in the butt to tie. It is a Carrot & Gibbs, but the silk is much thinner than I am use too. Trying to get the sides even was pretty difficult. What you see is how I left it for charm.
A no-name tie, with a label guaranteeing "100% Acetate" construction. Skinnier than I'm used to, but I like to think it slims me.
I think it's only a southern California chain, but Stein Mart is carrying some Rooster brand bows at $14.99. That's one of the brands I see at Nordstrom rack, for about the same price.
Very nice tie. Is that one of Beau Tie Ltd duel ties?
I like this one. It reminds me of the X-men logo... oh no... my nerdiness is showing... I better see to that.
1920s -30s Palm Beach.
We have a Stein Mart here in Louisville which of coarse is part of California.
1920s wool, Block and Kuhl Co.
Very nice HBK!