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post #16 of 25
That last one sure is gorgeous.

I too like cashmere ties, although I only have one, a Paul Stuart found at Goodwill. Despite being (presumably) old enough to find its way into a thrift store, it was in perfect condition, which I hope is a testament to its quality.

I really don't see why you couldn't wear a cashmere tie in the warmer months. Not a glenplaid or houndstooth, for sure, or some terribly thick, humongous-knotted job that could be mistaken for a scarf, but something more reasonably proportioned in a more summery color/pattern would look quite fine to my eyes. After all, a cashmere tie is more casual than a silk one, and summer is a more casual season.
post #17 of 25
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Originally Posted by whoopee
Cashmere ties make great knots. I personally prefer them unlined as I find they can get unwieldy if not.

I have one lined Zegna that's like wearing a mink. But I have another cashmere blend that's much more manageable. Overall, I like them, but I'm in no rush to buy another.
post #18 of 25
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Originally Posted by gza

I really don't see why you couldn't wear a cashmere tie in the warmer months.

It just doesn't seem right. And then what would I do with all my linen ties?
post #19 of 25
I occasionally wear wool or cashmere ties in the summer. I don't really observe any seasonal rules with regard to ties.
post #20 of 25
Totally love cashmere ties. Haven't tried to wear them in the summer, though. Mine don't coordinate well with my summer jackets.
post #21 of 25
Have a bunch from Nicky, Borrelli and Barbera, never wear them.
post #22 of 25
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Originally Posted by aportnoy
Have a bunch from Nicky, Borrelli and Barbera, never wear them.

You should sell them to the fans for a shoe financing!
post #23 of 25
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Originally Posted by Tomasso
It just doesn't seem right. And then what would I do with all my linen ties?
Tomasso, sometimes I can't tell if you're trying hard to let on how many clothing items you own or how wealthy you are.
post #24 of 25
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Originally Posted by Earthmover
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Originally Posted by aportnoy
Have a bunch from Nicky, Borrelli and Barbera, never wear them.
You should sell them to the fans for a shoe financing!
Yeah, if they're just taking up space in your closet, use them to defray those new fabric purchases or whatever. I have a really hard time finding good wool/cashmere ties around here.

dan
post #25 of 25
Here are my Cashmere Ties Matched Up With A Couple of Outfits:
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