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My playoff beard is in full effect. And we're back from bourbon country, so BACK TO WORK. Some new product dropping now! Sweet Linen Windowpane... http://yellowhook-ties.myshopify.com/products/linen-window-pane A Springy silk knit... http://yellowhook-ties.myshopify.com/products/mediterranean-silk-knit-stripe Terrific washed seersucker in our slimmer pattern (3")... http://yellowhook-ties.myshopify.com/products/navy-seersucker Don't sleep on this...
You guys are gonna flip over this one... Coming soon for summer (like next week soon) our Roma Ragazzo Grenadine is one of the lightest weight, more versatile ties we've ever done. This beautiful Bordeaux colored silk is feather light, and will be available next week at www.yellowhookneckties.com.
Awesome, an oldie but goodie!Thanks!Can. Not. Wait to see em!
White Point Collar Oxford:
Irons Silk Knit Stripe today: http://yellowhook-ties.myshopify.com/products/irons-silk-knit-stripe Only one available...so act fast!
Suede Carminas
We have a couple of Grigios back in stock: http://yellowhook-ties.myshopify.com/products/linen-italian and we're getting ready to roll our summer stock out, and we some reviews coming up...we'll start with this bad boy: The Linen Dodger Windowpane is made from beautiful Draper's Linen and has a fantastic hand while still being a great lightweight summer tie. I can see this being worn at a beach wedding this summer very elegantly. This one was inspired by our favorite...
Canadian Tuxedo (Flannel Dots underneath)
Thanks for ordering with us! Its just as frustrating for us doing such small runs, but we're always working on ways to try and improve our production. Almost every solution we seem to find, however, sacrifices quality, which is why we haven't been able to yet. Optimal word being, "yet".
Thanks....found the fabric in the back of a shop, was sponged in 1927, so its likely older than that...they just don't make cloth like they used to, the thing is bulletproof.
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