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i know im late, but awesome. enjoy the tie.

 

Thank you, sir, and Stitches' ideas are almost always, mostly, the best ideas.

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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Al in Philly View Post

Thank you, sir, and Stitches' ideas are almost always, mostly, the best ideas.

laugh.gif indeed they are!
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This thread is seriously dangerous to my continued solvency - I rarely have occasion to wear ties, but damn if there aren't 20-30 ties from Sam Hober that I desperately want.

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Last comparison, I swear...

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Thread Starter 
right
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Thanks. I like both. The one on the right is certainly more versatile but there's something about the fresh looking red paired with the blue paisley.
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Right.

 

STITCHES KNOWS!!

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Neither!
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Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Al in Philly View Post

Right.

STITCHES KNOWS!!

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Originally Posted by Cuttingboard View Post

Neither!

Any reason why you say so?
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Thread Starter 
he just dont like em. get the one on the right.
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trying to find some solid interview ties, any recommendations?

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Hi guys - I don't normally post much on SF but since I've gotten a lot of helpful suggestions from this thread and others for my attire for my wedding this summer I wanted to give back and post a few pictures.

 

Thanks to discovering this thread and others I got pretty excited about Sam Hober ties and decided to get traditional wedding ties from David for myself and my groomsmen. I ordered them with plenty of time to spare and had a great purchasing experience. They are all 58" length, 3.75 width, 3-fold construction. (This happened to be what I wanted and none of my groomsmen really care about clothes or had any kind of preference.)

 

Apologies for not posting close-ups of the all the ties next to each other without suiting/background distractions...my fiancee wisely convinced me not to take the ties out of the nicely wrapped boxes they came in just to take styleforum pictures and so I had to go with what our photographer got after the groomsmen had put them on. So I have one of me and one of the groomsmen as a group.

 

Huge thanks to David for the great ties and lots of thanks to everyone who has posted rave reviews and pictures of Hober ties on this thread and helping me make up my mind!

 

1000

 

 

1000

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Originally Posted by aspasp View Post

trying to find some solid interview ties, any recommendations?

Navy grenadine.  Any weave.

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Originally Posted by Al in Philly View Post

Navy grenadine.  Any weave.

Hmm, I always thought grenadine was a bit casual for an interview. I do like a navy tie for interviews though.
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