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post #151 of 483
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Originally Posted by applky View Post

^^ tchoy which paisley is that?

It this one here, the colours are amazing.

http://vandafineclothing.com/store/214-red-medium-paisley.html
post #152 of 483
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Originally Posted by Off My Rack View Post

 Did Spoo ever actually give an instructional on his tying technique like he has teased for years?

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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

Nope

Mark Cho did it for me (literally we do it the exact same way)
post #153 of 483
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post


Mark Cho did it for me (literally we do it the exact same way)

Damn it seems so easy but I never get it that nice...

post #154 of 483

First Vanda purchase for me. Really like the tie; material, construction and fabric all get my thumbs up:

 


Great personal customer service in the whole order to delivery process makes it all even better. I'll, of course, be back for more mwink[1].gif

post #155 of 483

Vanda does not use any tags behind the tie, correct?

post #156 of 483
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Originally Posted by Hampton View Post

Vanda does not use any tags behind the tie, correct?

Correct. No tag, no keeper. Just their signature "V" stitch at the corners.
post #157 of 483
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Originally Posted by Rich0116 View Post


Correct. No tag, no keeper. Just their signature "V" stitch at the corners.

Aha. Cool.

post #158 of 483




I think i might have a problem. They make a shorter tie which is great for me. Problem = $$$$$$$$$ Which i do not have enough to buy all the ties on their website.

Amazing feel and ties a great knot. love love love
post #159 of 483

Looks amazing. Enjoy man!

post #160 of 483
Three ties arrived yesterday - green silk herringbone, blue Donegal and navy linen shepherd's check. I wore the blue Donegal today and it is a great tie; I wasn't sure whether the light understated Vanda method of construction would work in a fall/winter fabric but it does. Pics when decent daylight available (probably in June).
post #161 of 483
Just placed an order for 3 grenadines. Awaiting their arrival with excitement!
post #162 of 483
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post



Mark Cho did it for me (literally we do it the exact same way)

 

 Nice tweed jacket he has on there. Wish the Wal-Mart tweeds fit like that one. lol8[1].gif

post #163 of 483
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Originally Posted by Rich0116 View Post

Correct. No tag, no keeper. Just their signature "V" stitch at the corners.

this actually makes me sad. these ties are beautiful, but the lack of a keeper drives me nuts. (maybe it shouldn't, but let's not go turning this into a therapy session.) the owners are willing to customize orders in other respects -- which is great -- but I begged them (okay, asked politely) to see if they would add some sort of keeper to future orders and they declined. it's their prerogative, to be sure, but it really puts me off from making future purchases.
post #164 of 483

^ Have you tried masking tape?

post #165 of 483
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Originally Posted by applky View Post

^ Have you tried masking tape?

that would probably drive me nuts as well.
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