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Originally Posted by TM79 View Post

Just got them today like you said. Thanks very much for the handwritten note, too. That type of stuff is a dying art and it's good to see guys like you and the NMWA crew adding that personal touch to the online experience.

As for the ties - holy shit. Amazing. All three of these will be in heavy rotation. That cocoa cashmere is nuts. I'm really lucky to grab one of the final ones in stock.

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Originally Posted by FlyingMonkey View Post

Just received my first tie from Yellow Hook - the cashmere houndstooth (I'm concentrating on building up a few basics from various forum vendors right now, after which I will only be buying one or two very special items).

The tie is lovely, but as others have remarked here, it's also the personal service and small touches that make receiving a tie from Yellow Hook a pleasure. And the postage to Japan was remarkably quick and not expensive at all.

Thank-you very much!

Thanks so much guys! We pride ourselves in the fact that we (my wife and I) handle every package and tie that goes out. Our stock may never be at the levels as some other larger companies, but we feel that attention to detail separates us from the bigger boys. I'm glad you guys are as thrilled as I am with the product, and it does feel good to know that the YH club is a very small and exclusive one. As always, thanks for your support and feedback!

Hope to get some Spring/Summer Preview pics done soon...you guys are gonna love it!

In the meantime, our remaining cashmere ties (think we have 3 or 4 units left (2 styles) will remain at $100...if you're thinking about it, grab 'em quick, cause once they're gone, thats it!
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Wore one of the original cashmere ties you did yesterday -- brown LP donegal cashmere. A classic, and an original. Always great to wear that tie and be reminded of YHNT's first collections.

 

Looking forward to the spring wares!

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Leroy Brown is a bad man.

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And by bad I take it you mean very very good...

😄

Got to get my Leroy Brown on.
post #560 of 2335
Wore that same Stark today Mr.Six!



Flannel Shirt from Epaulet and Italian Denim RR Stripe...been LOVING this tie lately.
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I think I need that RR stripe tie. But also want to see what's coming for S/S...
post #562 of 2335
Tattersall!

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Saw that tie when you posted the photo to show the pub jacket (nice!) and I though to myself, look at that tie. I know where @Mr. Six got that. 😀
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Little spring preview:

These are our heavier spring ties and will be up by the end of the weekend...

Catania Silk Greenpoint Knit


Napoli Silk Knit Stripe


Cyclone Flax (returns!)


Italian Linen Easter Stripe


Khaki Cashmere Stripe (100% cashmere, simply stunning)


Scared Hare (100% lightweight Scottish Wool)


Loro Piana Wool/Linen/Silk (Whoah, my fave)


Seafoam Cashmere (100% cashmere)


Mediterranean Knit (same texture as our original Catania but in a gorgeous blue)
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Khaki Cashmere Stripe (100% cashmere, simply stunning)


Scared Hare (100% lightweight Scottish Wool)


Loro Piana Wool/Linen/Silk (Whoah, my fave)


Seafoam Cashmere (100% cashmere)

 

So, so good, but these for me are the real winners. Are the cashmeres very lightweight?

 

The LP blend is probably also my fave. Reminds me of this Panta shetlair I once owned (but got rid of because it knotted too hugely) -- only better.

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Great stuff Rob. Especially the Scared Hare and the Loro Piana. How would you describe the colour on the Scared Hare?
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Originally Posted by applky View Post

So, so good, but these for me are the real winners. Are the cashmeres very lightweight?

The LP blend is probably also my fave. Reminds me of this Panta shetlair I once owned (but got rid of because it knotted too hugely) -- only better.

Cashmeres are pretty light, definitely lighter than ANY of the cashmeres we sold this winter. The Sea Foam is super. LP is so awesome...I can't even begin to describe how this felt when we saw the first sample...just delicious.

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Originally Posted by Jagger_On View Post

Great stuff Rob. Especially the Scared Hare and the Loro Piana. How would you describe the colour on the Scared Hare?

I'd say its a very light grey with a tinge of blue. My wife says "Stormy Sea Grey"...she's a painter, so she's who I always go to with color questions.
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Italian linen and Mediterranean knit jump out to me. Lots of good looking stuff on this group.
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Purple Tweed today...


This thing is so cool!
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