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Originally Posted by RuleOfRescue View Post

Rob, I can't believe you tore down the crosswalk sign. You brute!
Got the Bliss Park yesterday - wearing today. Love it!!

Looks great over the small checks. Deeper greens make for a great tie.

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Originally Posted by ericgereghty View Post

Good News: wearing the brown fresco, weather be damned (expected 99F lol)...absolutely stunning. Also perhaps the best YH knot I've seen yet...which is really saying something!

Bad News: phone decided to apparently give up the ghost, so no pictures quite yet. Sorry for the tease @imys
 

Got my order in for the brown fresco, can't wait
post #1323 of 2331
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Originally Posted by NewYorkIslander View Post

New Merchandise ALERT! Beautiful Cashmere, just in time for Fall!

http://yellowhook-ties.myshopify.com/products/brown-cashmere-herringbone

Its a beautiful typically Fall, dry brown Italian Cashmere in a lovely herringbone pattern, you guys will dig this one.

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Absolutely love it on the camel colour jacket and blue/white-striped shirt. The detailed herringbone is just gorgeous. Waiting for the weather to get cooler so I can show mine off.

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Originally Posted by ericgereghty View Post
 

Good News: wearing the brown fresco, weather be damned (expected 99F lol)...absolutely stunning. Also perhaps the best YH knot I've seen yet...which is really saying something!

 

Bad News: phone decided to apparently give up the ghost, so no pictures quite yet. Sorry for the tease @imys 

Ohh you teaser! Make sure to post when your technology is up and running again. It seems to be quite the popular YHN of the season.

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Originally Posted by Beatlegeuse View Post


Got my order in for the brown fresco, can't wait

I normally softly roll my ties, with slightly excess tautness at wear points, after wearing. On most ties, I've come to expect some residual signs, usually faint, of wear (creasing, etc) on the tie. The brown fresco literally looks like I just pulled it out of the packaging...nothing even resembling a wear mark to speak of.

 

Obviously, this isn't a huge deal (my YH linens naturally feature some creasing, which I don't mind one bit), but I was struck by the fabrics resiliency...

 

Honestly, I think the same probably holds for all my non-linen YHs, but the fresco is the first true solid in my rotation capable of highlighting it.

 

Just another awesome revelation from wearing YH.

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Originally Posted by CanadaCal View Post
 

We need to see your full YHNT lineup @imys 

Hahah in due time. I'm waiting for our cooler weather to set in so I can show more off. I've lost count on how many YHN I have. I'll soon have to build a walk-in dedicated to just YHN.

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@imys if it is (as it seems), it is certainly a worthy choice. Wore the gray flecked grigio yesterday (still tech-less lol) and it's another lovely piece...though the temperature outside shortchanged it noticeably. Wears much darker in artificial lighting, and I certainly wasn't about to spend any more time than necessary outside in natural light on a 100F day while wearing a tweed tie haha.

 

Do post pics of the herringbone when you can. Looks great. Sadly, I have one very similar, in appearance at least (quality is another matter entirely lol) from Exquisite Trimmings, which stayed my hand on this one.

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Just got my Draper.  Fantastic :slayer:

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Originally Posted by Don L View Post
 

Just got my Draper.  Fantastic :slayer:

PLEASE post pics of this one. On first glance at the website, the design of it doesn't really suit me, but the fabric is sooo money I'm tempted to give it a whirl.

post #1330 of 2331
Considering the gloomy weather decided to brighten up my wardrobe today:



Fantastic tie and beautifully made. Love all my yellow hook ties.
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@NewYawker Info on the square? Looks great.

 

Tie looks great as well, but, at this point, I feel like saying that a YH tie looks good becomes semi-redundant lol.

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Originally Posted by ericgereghty View Post
 

PLEASE post pics of this one. On first glance at the website, the design of it doesn't really suit me, but the fabric is sooo money I'm tempted to give it a whirl.

Some quick snaps.  Wearing it tomorrow and will take some day shots on bod

 

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Originally Posted by ericgereghty View Post
 

@NewYawker Info on the square? Looks great.

 

Tie looks great as well, but, at this point, I feel like saying that a YH tie looks good becomes semi-redundant lol.


Thanks bro!  I picked up the square from spoopoker through his luxeswap offerings.  Its some sort of cotton blend.

 

Spoilered since not yellowhook. (Click to show)

 

And definitely agree on the quality of yellowhooks offerings.  I find the ties consistently knot well, drape fantastic, and they're the perfect length.  Love the unique fabrics he sources and pretty great they're made by hand right in NY.  Keeps me coming back for more.

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@Don L good deal. I'll be curious to see in natural lighting...looks pretty legit, and the fresco fabric is so money.

 

@NewYawker most definitely agree on all things related to YH. Square is very cool as well.

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Thanks guys.....now that school started I'm not on here as much, great to see the gear in use!

Today's Fall Flash Friday Sale item is the Cashmere we just released. What a great tie, and now at a greater price!

http://yellowhook-ties.myshopify.com/products/brown-cashmere-herringbone

Have a great weekend boys!
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