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post #1336 of 5707

The Hober website looks awesome.

Love the simplicity.

Making me want Hobers even more.

post #1337 of 5707
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Originally Posted by Badandy View Post

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

You thought wrong. Many people will be in striped ties which are much less formal. A black grenadine tie is classic city banker, and quite formal.
post #1338 of 5707

^ The key is a dark grenadine. If you go in a canary yellow grenadine you'll look like you just came from a yacht party (at least your neck will).

post #1339 of 5707
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Originally Posted by Badandy View Post


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

You're thinking too much.  Navy grenadine is an all purpose tie.

post #1340 of 5707
^ ain't it the truth
post #1341 of 5707

Which do you guys prefer for a formal tie with a navy suit: prince of wales or english plaid?

post #1342 of 5707
Personally I prefer the English plaid
post #1343 of 5707
Thread Starter 
+1
post #1344 of 5707
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Originally Posted by UglyJoe View Post

Which do you guys prefer for a formal tie with a navy suit: prince of wales or english plaid?

Of the two, prefer the English Plaid.
post #1345 of 5707
Agreed. English plaid. It's on my "to-get" list.
post #1346 of 5707

Hi all,

 

I'm fairly new to SF and would appreciate some input from all you knowledgeable folks tremendously. I'm looking to order a couple of Sam Hober ties, as I've read nothing but outstanding reviews. I've decided to start with solid color grenadine ties for my first order. These ties will be going with a dark gray (not quite as dark as charcoal) suit and a white/light blue solid-colored shirt. I will be getting a navy-colored tie for sure, which one of the following is more versatile as a second tie (for interviews, work, etc.)?

 

-Dark red/burgundy (leaning a bit more towards burgundy)

-Bitter chocolate

-Forest green

-Charcoal gray/silver

 

Would love to hear your suggestions. Thanks in advance!

post #1347 of 5707
Burgundy and bitter chocolate. Burgundy is more versatile probably, but the chocolate will help you subtlely stand out.
post #1348 of 5707
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Originally Posted by gotmoo View Post

Hi all,

I'm fairly new to SF and would appreciate some input from all you knowledgeable folks tremendously. I'm looking to order a couple of Sam Hober ties, as I've read nothing but outstanding reviews. I've decided to start with solid color grenadine ties for my first order. These ties will be going with a dark gray (not quite as dark as charcoal) suit and a white/light blue solid-colored shirt. I will be getting a navy-colored tie for sure, which one of the following is more versatile as a second tie (for interviews, work, etc.)?

-Dark red/burgundy (leaning a bit more towards burgundy)
-Bitter chocolate
-Forest green
-Charcoal gray/silver

Would love to hear your suggestions. Thanks in advance!
bitter chocolate.
post #1349 of 5707
Another vote for the brown
post #1350 of 5707
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

Another vote for the brown
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