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Originally Posted by Jamesgatz View Post

Very nice.

+ 1

post #197 of 444
I have a lot of ties (too many according to my wife), most of them from Marinella and Rubinacci. Compared to these makers I think Cappelli holds up really well. The online order process was fun, easy and smooth. I ordered ties in several different fabrics, they all turned out great. Lovely drape and they make a very nice, rich knot. I will probably order from them again, hopefully they will add more fabrics to their online shop soon.

Here are a few pictures from my personal collection:


post #198 of 444

Super awesome. I hope you are wearing Carmina with that bro.

post #199 of 444
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Originally Posted by coolpapa View Post

So I bought some ties.


Apologies for responding to an old post, but are some of these not available in the webstore (maybe they were but aren't now)? I'm thinking of the burgundy neat (third from the left) and the two wide regimentals (they look a little different from the regimentals available now).
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Here are a few pictures from my personal collection:

 

 Leaves, is that jacket P&H Glenroyal? I've got a swatch that looks just like it in front of me now. Really nice.

post #201 of 444

Time to start getting some summery ties... don't have much to spend, so started with just one. Let the waiting begin again... smile.gif

 

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Super awesome. I hope you are wearing Carmina with that bro.

tack! I will buddy, I will!
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Originally Posted by Virchow View Post

 Leaves, is that jacket P&H Glenroyal? I've got a swatch that looks just like it in front of me now. Really nice.

Thanks! I can't remember the mill to be honest.
post #203 of 444

The peach neat print tie arrived unexpectedly today - I love surprises like this. It's very nice and I think it will work great with spring/summer blazers and suits. It's a 3-fold with a lighter wool interlining, as I requested. The peach colour is very lively but at the same time it's rather matte, which I really like.

 

post #204 of 444

Looks really nice in person - prefer it in your photo to the stock photo definitely.

post #205 of 444
The stock photos are uniformly
bad compared to what the ties look like in real life. Bit of the other way round compared to most things bought online.æ that looks like a wonderful spring/summer tie. Congrats !
post #206 of 444
the tie looks exactly how I expected. pics on the site don't represent sheen at all, but colors are rather accurate.
post #207 of 444
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Originally Posted by RDiaz View Post

Time to start getting some summery ties... don't have much to spend, so started with just one. Let the waiting begin again... smile.gif



Did you request a thinner lining?

Edit: sorry, didn't read far enough before asking
post #208 of 444
Has anyone tried a seamless tie? The limited edition ties are seamless and I wonder how it drapes and feels?

The price is way too pricy for me though.
post #209 of 444
has anyone heard back from this shop? http://murderave.tumblr.com/
contacted them last night, but no response yet...

speak of the devil, they just got back to me. $110 shipped for those grenadines and ready to ship after the weekend. beats the ~$45 just for shipping from Patrizio icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
Edited by inviscid - 4/5/13 at 6:47pm
post #210 of 444

I can live with paying €25 because ties reach me the day after shipping, but if you are concerned about shipping costs that much, maybe you could ask if he would be willing to ship through postal service?

 

 

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Did you request a thinner lining?

Edit: sorry, didn't read far enough before asking

 

No problemo tounge.gif With the lighter lining and this kind of silk the tie feels pretty much like a Marinella, but with more evidence of hand stitching, and I'd say the interlining has superior drape.


Edited by RDiaz - 4/6/13 at 5:47am
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