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post #1 of 22
Thread Starter 
Hello, I'm am looking for a manufacturer of silk ties that has a huge variety of serious and professional patterns I am a criminal defense attorney). I would like them to be $100 or under. I understand that I will most likely have to buy solid ties somewhere else, butit would be nice if this tie company also offered solid ties. Thanks for your help, John
post #2 of 22
Start here.
post #3 of 22
if you are looking for 100 and under i would go for kiton, borrelli, isaia 7fold, or brioni.
post #4 of 22
I think Brooks Brothers might be a good place to get started.
post #5 of 22
Thread Starter 
Thanks for your help do far.

Additionally, I would love to have all these ties from the same brand, (I know, a little crazy) but I like having things like that.

John
post #6 of 22
Thread Starter 
What do you think of their patterns, are they too boring or are they perfectly serious:

http://216.139.217.190/index.php?cPath=45_46

I found this company through mytailor.com - I love that website!

John
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post #8 of 22
If you aren't in a hurry, check out Sam Hober.
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post #10 of 22
Or www.fourinhand.com
post #11 of 22
Charvet for sure
post #12 of 22
laxexquis,
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Originally Posted by letmebefell View Post
If you need ties that are ready-made, available to order today, under $100, a very good selection, very good quality with wonderful service I would pick fourinhand.com without hesitation. I have heard nothing but good things about Jonathan for years and I recently saw a website that he started where he must have spent hours photographing different ties with different colored shirts. I do not know the URL but you can email him. The site that you linked to looks brand new with ties most likely sourced from China. Fourinhand.com has their ties made or purchased in Italy and he has a good eye for classics and he has solids. If you do not mind waiting for your ties we make custom made ties for under a $100. Once we make a pattern that you like in terms of shape, length, width etc.. we keep your pattern on hand for future orders. We have hundreds of classic silks including many solids. Augustus Davies & doublebucklemonk, Thank you for your kind words. In a few more months our wait time should be much smaller.
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post #14 of 22
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Sam Hober View Post
laxexquis,




If you need ties that are ready-made, available to order today, under $100, a very good selection, very good quality with wonderful service I would pick fourinhand.com without hesitation.

I have heard nothing but good things about Jonathan for years and I recently saw a website that he started where he must have spent hours photographing different ties with different colored shirts. I do not know the URL but you can email him.

The site that you linked to looks brand new with ties most likely sourced from China. Fourinhand.com has their ties made or purchased in Italy and he has a good eye for classics and he has solids.

If you do not mind waiting for your ties we make custom made ties for under a $100. Once we make a pattern that you like in terms of shape, length, width etc.. we keep your pattern on hand for future orders.

We have hundreds of classic silks including many solids.

Augustus Davies & doublebucklemonk,

Thank you for your kind words. In a few more months our wait time should be much smaller.


Thank you for the info.

I defiantly can wait. I have all ties, suit shirts etc from Syms, and have been spending the last few weeks upgrading.

I like the idea of having all my ties made from the same manufacturer and also of having them bespoke.

I am planning on ordering 20 patterned ties in addition to a few solids.

You website is overwhelming (in a good way) with all of its choices.

Could you just give me a head start on what fabric to choose? I am a criminal defense attorney looking for 20 serious and professional looking ties.

Thanks for your help,
John
post #15 of 22
Will's blog is a pretty great source for info regarding the basics of a wardrobe. These two in particular are about a basic tie wardrobe for a professional. http://asuitablewardrobe.dynend.com/...be-part-1.html http://asuitablewardrobe.dynend.com/...be-part-2.html
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