or Connect
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Henry Carter Neckwear & Accessories: Official affiliate thread
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

Henry Carter Neckwear & Accessories: Official affiliate thread - Page 33

post #481 of 1132
Thread Starter 
It'll likely be a larger weave I think. The current one is quite a small weave. I'm probably going to swap the full range over to the bigger weave if possible. Some like the smaller, some like the larger it depends. All to be confirmed though.
post #482 of 1132
Damn, I kinda like the small weave. More CBD frown.gif
post #483 of 1132
Double post.
post #484 of 1132
Thread Starter 
True but the knit tie is inherently more casual so to have it be CBD is not necessarilly my intention, but that doesn't mean it can't be worn with suits on the other hand. I think for that CBD option then sticking with your grenadines is the best bet (similar looking weave) and knit ties for those days where you have a bit of flexibility, say in the office not in court.
post #485 of 1132
Quote:
Originally Posted by Henry Carter View Post

True but the knit tie is inherently more casual so to have it be CBD is not necessarilly my intention, but that doesn't mean it can't be worn with suits on the other hand. I think for that CBD option then sticking with your grenadines is the best bet (similar looking weave) and knit ties for those days where you have a bit of flexibility, say in the office not in court.

 

I've been really interested in the fashion of Italian industrialists. I like their minimalism, rotating between black and navy knits with a linen pocket square. I'd like to do something similar myself. 

 

Grenadines are my favourite tie, but knits are more versatile imo because they can be dressed up and down. 

 


Edited by Oli2012 - 4/29/13 at 8:44am
post #486 of 1132
Thread Starter 
With the new seasons delivery we also got some of the grenadines in made in a 3 fold construction at a cheaper price point of $79.95 which are now up on the site. Still handmade and self tipped in the same workshop in Naples as the 7 folds are made.

Some of the 7 folds are sold out and we'll be re-stocking them, along with all colours in both 3 and 7 fold plus adding a few colours (plum & silver) in June.





post #487 of 1132
Thread Starter 
Forest Green cashmere knit -

The perfect partner to flannel and oxford this winter.

post #488 of 1132
Thread Starter 
post #489 of 1132
Thread Starter 


Getting married? We can do custom ties for weddings from as little as 2 units minimum. Here is one from a recent one and we embroidered the date on the keeper for the groom to keep as a memento. After all, why should the bride only get to keep all the gear?

Enquiries can be sent to us at sales@henrycarter.com.au att: Jason
post #490 of 1132
Thread Starter 


Ingredients -

1 x Henry Carter grey tweed wool tie

1 x Henry Carter white shirt

1 x Henry Carter Irish linen pocket square

1 x Of your favourite Navy blazer

Add -

A pair of grey flannels and black oxfords and serve when cold.
post #491 of 1132

Great recipe, Jas!

 

You've already told me once but I've forgotten. What would you pair with this tie? Same as the above?

 

It is, unfortunately, the most under-utilised HC tie in my collection and I would like to remedy that!

 

post #492 of 1132
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gerry Nelson View Post

Great recipe, Jas!

You've already told me once but I've forgotten. What would you pair with this tie? Same as the above?

It is, unfortunately, the most under-utilised HC tie in my collection and I would like to remedy that!

Gerry,

It's a great tie, and I'd wear it with the above outfit, but change the white shirt to a sky blue one and the shoes to brown.
post #493 of 1132
Thank you, Sir!
post #494 of 1132
Thread Starter 
I was going to say the exact same thing JM. And change the square for something more wintery, perhaps a large paisley with some rust in it.

But i could also imagine it would work well with a mid grey flannel suit, blue shirt and brown brogues as an idea.

At the trunk show, I think it was checkstar who had it on with a navy suit, blue shirt, grey cardigan underneath and printed silk PS and it looked really good.
post #495 of 1132
Blue and brown combinations and variations = smile.gif
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Classic Menswear
Styleforum › Forums › Men's Style › Classic Menswear › Henry Carter Neckwear & Accessories: Official affiliate thread