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post #16 of 25
If you like TB ties, get them. Not like they're going to fall apart after one tie-ing. Just don't pay anywhere near full price.
post #17 of 25
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Originally Posted by Roger
Well, thanks a lot guys; I want you all to know that you've completely ruined my day--in which I had hopes of landing a beautiful Ted Baker tie cheaply on eBay. Although it is truly beautiful, I couldn't own it now. Spivvy!...great; next I suppose someone's going to say they're naff...


If you haven't seen one in person, go to The Bay, where I have seen them before, and handle a few to compare with other quality ties such as the ones you mentioned. You can then decide whether they are worth it on eBay or not.
post #18 of 25
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Originally Posted by EL72
If you haven't seen one in person, go to The Bay, where I have seen them before, and handle a few to compare with other quality ties such as the ones you mentioned. You can then decide whether they are worth it on eBay or not.
Right, that's a possibility, and the Harry Rosen in Vancouver seems to love Ted Baker. Actually, I wasn't that sold on the tie (just kidding above); if anyone's interested, here it is:

http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-Aqua-Blue-Fl...ayphotohosting

I'm in the process of trying to find a sensational teal/turquoise/aqua tie (perhaps a little on the darker side if possible) to wear with an ecru- or pale orange-shade of shirt under a pale aqua sports jacket. There are some Charvets out there, but I'd never heard anything about Ted Baker ties before; hence the query.
post #19 of 25
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Originally Posted by Roger
Right, that's a possibility, and the Harry Rosen in Vancouver seems to love Ted Baker. Actually, I wasn't that sold on the tie (just kidding above); if anyone's interested, here it is:

http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-Aqua-Blue-Fl...ayphotohosting

I'm in the process of trying to find a sensational teal/turquoise/aqua tie (perhaps a little on the darker side if possible) to wear with an ecru- or pale orange-shade of shirt under a pale aqua sports jacket. There are some Charvets out there, but I'd never heard anything about Ted Baker ties before; hence the query.
Well, in appearance at least, they might be right up your alley. Bright colors and a very pronounced "sheen".
post #20 of 25
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Originally Posted by Get Smart
If you like TB ties, get them. Not like they're going to fall apart after one tie-ing. Just don't pay anywhere near full price.
I've never paid full price for a tie in my life
post #21 of 25
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Originally Posted by jml90
I've never paid full price for a tie in my life


Amen to that!!!
post #22 of 25
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Originally Posted by cme0716
I Sell Authentic Branded Name Ties Among Others On Ebay. The Only Ted Baker Tie I Have Ever Bought, Sold Or Seen Has Ted Baker On It. If It Is Made By An Off Company It Will Not Be The Same Quality. Ted Baker Ties Are Thicker Than Most Ties And The Lining Matches Or Compliments The Tie.
Please Learn To Type Without Using Title Case You Spamming Idiot.
post #23 of 25
Try China in some sweat shop.

Best bought in Stanley Market in HK where they cost about £1.50 each.
post #24 of 25
I like Ted Baker ties, I especially like the ones with flowers on them. They just made a brief appearance at Nordstrom for $85+ but the last week or two I have seen all of it end up at Nordy Rack. I picked up several for about $25. In fact, I think all of Ted Baker's stuff is at Nordy Rack right now. His dress shirts are quite hideous for the most part, look cheap too.

The quality is decent, probably a 7 out of 10. I did notice that many of the designs seem like a younger version of the Robert Talbott (sic?) ties. Those ties are padded and really look luxurious, they are really heavy too. I haven't bought one yet but I am going to next time. They are bit more geometric (which I don't usually like) but I think the Robert Talbott ties do a good job with them. Some really interesting designs.
post #25 of 25
Ted Baker's goods are not made in Italy. Although the designs are nice, and certainly their Endurance range is very stylish and practical - they only last a couple of years
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