Perhaps this will be a more appropriate thread . . .
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Originally Posted by gettoasty
Silk tie, no deep wrinkles but under certain lighting with the sheen, it looks uneven textured. Is there a way I can smooth this out? Would rolling it up for storage rather than hanging it be better? (I roll my knits, hang the others)
And FWIW I just picked up this beautiful tie from the funny guys at The Knottery
^Agree with T. With the possible exceptions of white/cream silk, and the specific exception of red silk with a white DJ, solid colored silks are never good. Pretty sure the same goes for herringbone and houndstooth squares. Also, no neat on neat violence. If your tie is neat-patterned, your square should not be.
On a side note, what a wild and awesome approach to a new label. It's sort of like a concept album meets designer collection, with high-quality goods and a strong stylistic point of view. I'm intrigued.