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post #1486 of 1999
I wore the grenadine yesterday. I am a convert.
post #1487 of 1999
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post #1488 of 1999

I'm gonna come out and say that twills are too boring. For solids, grenadine is best.

post #1489 of 1999
Dunno. A navy twill in a sturdy silk would definitely be in my basic wardrobe (along with a navy grenadine).
post #1490 of 1999
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

I wore the grenadine yesterday. I am a convert.

Do you own any of Ed's? His is one that I have constantly at the front of my rotation.
post #1491 of 1999
Haven't tried Ed's stuff yet. I put several of his on my Christmas list last year, but my family told my wife it was obscene to spend so much on a tie. Shows what they know, I guess.
post #1492 of 1999
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Originally Posted by sugarbutch View Post

Haven't tried Ed's stuff yet. I put several of his on my Christmas list last year, but my family told my wife it was obscene to spend so much on a tie. Shows what they know, I guess.

I have two panta ties and love them.
post #1493 of 1999

Comparing a TF tie to a Rubinacci quality wise, same? Or are you just paying more for the brand (TF)

post #1494 of 1999
I suppose people are paying for TF designs which are often rather unique among high-end brands.
post #1495 of 1999
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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

Comparing a TF tie to a Rubinacci quality wise, same? Or are you just paying more for the brand (TF)

Very different ties with different styles and construction, really.
post #1496 of 1999
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post


Very different ties with different styles and construction, really.

I guess so that's why i'm little lost. What would you choose out of those two?

post #1497 of 1999
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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

I guess so that's why i'm little lost. What would you choose out of those two?

Depends on the overall look you're going for really - TF ties tie a lot larger knot as they're usually lined.
post #1498 of 1999
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Originally Posted by Ich_Dien View Post


Depends on the overall look you're going for really - TF ties tie a lot larger knot as they're usually lined.

I'm going for something little more ''modern'' with a suit that im buying that has a slim fit. I don't know really... dizzy on this one.

post #1499 of 1999
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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

I'm going for something little more ''modern'' with a suit that im buying that has a slim fit. I don't know really... dizzy on this one.

ID is right. Have you handled a TF tie before? They are beefy. I have to wrestle with mine to get a decent (subjective) knot.
post #1500 of 1999
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Originally Posted by MalfordOfLondon View Post


ID is right. Have you handled a TF tie before? They are beefy. I have to wrestle with mine to get a decent (subjective) knot.

Never ever, i'm so old school still with my Brioni ties that I love. But want to try something new therefore im stuck between Rubinacci or TF.

 

The only thing I own from TF is a suit and few pocket squares nothing more. So I know nothing about their ties.

 

What would you go with?

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