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post #121 of 2001
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Originally Posted by Mildly Consumptive View Post
Not sure if these qualify as soporific. Brooks Brothers stripes in a slim cut.




Nope, too bright.
post #122 of 2001
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Originally Posted by Sam Hober View Post
NorCal,

I love your wool and cashmere ties - all of them. They have given me inspiration for the line of cashmere/silk ties that I am working on.


I'd love to see examples of what you're working on, David

please post some pictures if you can


couple more: all cashmere or wool except for the silk grenadine on the far right (rust colored)

post #123 of 2001
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Left, Cappelli Cal tie; right, cashmere solid navy twill (they ran out of the lovely brown foulard that I ordered ):



Cashmere is lined but untipped:

post #124 of 2001
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post
Left, Cappelli Cal tie; right, cashmere solid navy twill (they ran out of the lovely brown fouldard that I ordered ):

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Cashmere is lined but untipped:


the navy is quite nice and the tip is beautifully done.
post #125 of 2001
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
the navy is quite nice and the tip is beautifully done.
You like a well done tip?
post #126 of 2001
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post
Left, Cappelli Cal tie; right, cashmere solid navy twill (they ran out of the lovely brown foulard that I ordered ):



Cashmere is lined but untipped:


Wow. Gorgeous.
post #127 of 2001
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Originally Posted by Manton View Post
Left, Cappelli Cal tie; right, cashmere solid navy twill (they ran out of the lovely brown foulard that I ordered ):






I like them both, but probably wouldn't order a cashmere for myself. What is the one on the left made from? What does "Cal" mean?
post #128 of 2001
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Originally Posted by Mildly Consumptive View Post
I like them both, but probably wouldn't order a cashmere for myself. What is the one on the left made from? What does "Cal" mean?

"Cal" = The University of California, Berkeley... which may (or may not) be a sticking point with those who attended other UC schools.
post #129 of 2001
Matuozzo and Capelli, the AM are unlined and untipped. The third AM is my preference to knits/grenadines, it's an open weave. Capelli has made me reevaluate my general dislike for prints. These are so boring they can cure an insomniac


post #130 of 2001
That capelli print is a beaut Ed
post #131 of 2001
Lovin' that open weave. Great ties all around.
post #132 of 2001
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
Matuozzo and Capelli, the AM are unlined and untipped. The third AM is my preference to knits/grenadines, it's an open weave. Capelli has made me reevaluate my general dislike for prints. These are so boring they can cure an insomniac


Worth quoting the family pic again. Lovely ties Ed.
post #133 of 2001
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post
Matuozzo and Capelli, the AM are unlined and untipped. The third AM is my preference to knits/grenadines, it's an open weave. Capelli has made me reevaluate my general dislike for prints. These are so boring they can cure an insomniac



I love 'em all. Nice ties!

jmark
post #134 of 2001
What does "AM" mean? Thanks in advance.
post #135 of 2001
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Originally Posted by BigNate82 View Post
What does "AM" mean? Thanks in advance.

sorry, anna matuozzo, which I probably spelled incorrectly.
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