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help with new grenadine tie

post #1 of 9
Thread Starter 
being here for a little bit i think its now time for a grenadine tie or two or three..

what is a good color to start with, should i go solid, stripe, dot..

i know kent wang sells them, any other good places to get a nice one

most of my suits are grey or blue

thanks!

post #2 of 9
One midnight and one chocolate brown.
post #3 of 9
I am a fan of the solid grenadine tie. Dark navy, red, and dark grey are the three that I own..
post #4 of 9
Thread Starter 
thanks, any reccomendations besides wang (nothing against him i just like options)
post #5 of 9
Sam Hober makes some fine ties (although I don't own any of the grenadines). My grenadines are Turnbull and Asser. Two vintage from ebay and one purchased from them directly. http://store.turnbullandasser.co.uk/Ties/Grenadine Mountain and Sackett also appear to have two grenadine ties for sale. I don't own these but I can vouch for the quality in the rest of their tie line. http://www.mountainandsackett.com/Pr...tie&submit=GO+
post #6 of 9
Sam Hober has some great ones.

Chipp2/Winston Tailors has a number of colors at a pretty good price ($42 plus shipping) but you need to call them and they don't have any pictures posted. I emailed them awhile back, colors are: Navy, Black, Forest Green, Burgundy, Yellow, Grey, Aubergine, Brown/rust.

Charles Tyrwhitt has royal blue and silver available right now for around $70, but I don't know anything about their quality.
post #7 of 9
Thread Starter 
great suggestions guys thanks a mil!
post #8 of 9
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Originally Posted by Gibonius View Post
Sam Hober has some great ones.

Chipp2/Winston Tailors has a number of colors at a pretty good price ($42 plus shipping) but you need to call them and they don't have any pictures posted. I emailed them awhile back, colors are: Navy, Black, Forest Green, Burgundy, Yellow, Grey, Aubergine, Brown/rust.

Charles Tyrwhitt has royal blue and silver available right now for around $70, but I don't know anything about their quality.

Hober and Charles Tyrwhitt have a different type of grenadine than Winston, which has a finer weave. I have never seen the larger weave grenadine that Kent Wang has at a better price. I have Hober's midnight grenadine and there is no tie more versatile than that.
post #9 of 9
I have a black grenadine from Hober which is great. Drakes do them as well.
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