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post #16 of 735

Just got my blue denim tweed.  Pictures won't do it justice, the fabric is beautiful.  It's a little darker than I was expecting, which is good as I was a little worried it would be lighter than the pictures on the site.

 

 

 

 

 

I'll definitely be picking up a few more from you in the future.

post #17 of 735
These are fantastic Rob.

You need to get out on the tumblrverse too....
post #18 of 735
Got mine. As Imhoff said, fabric and construction are both absolutely top notch. LOVE IT!

Keep on rockin' Roberto!

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post #19 of 735
Looking to pickup a Wooly Mammoth. Great looking ties, NYI. Excited to see the spring collection. One note, I can't seem to get through to PayPal from the Yellowhook site. No problem. I'll use the site payment platform, but thought I'd mention this.

Hope the whole family is feeling better.
post #20 of 735
Update: wooly mammoth and denim tweed ordered and, storm of the century permitting, on their way.
post #21 of 735
Very nice work, fellas. I'd work on that label but otherwise (without handling one) the quality looks solid.
post #22 of 735
Some cool new shots up on our fb page...
post #23 of 735
the solid navy looks excellent.
post #24 of 735
Ties received, along with a very nice note from Mr. and Mrs. NYI. Ties are beautiful. Hope to wear the wooly mammoth tomorrow night if I can sneak it by the wife. Not sure she'll deem neckwear appropriate for Indian food and Colorado hippy bluegrass concert. But if any tie can make it work, I'd think it's the wooly mammoth.

Rob: thanks for these great ties and all the best for making Yellowhook a big success.
post #25 of 735
When's the Spring Season get released?
post #26 of 735
Glad you like em FC! We have a great Indian place up the street from us...my wife usually cooks an Indian dish once a week (she is from Edison, NJ after all) and we supplement it with their rice and pompadum...mmmmmmmm. Who are you seeing play? I love Spirit Family Reunion and Old Crow Medicine Show.

We're shooting for late March, just before Easter.

In the meantime, thoughts on the 10oz denim (washed once to soften it up a bit)




I made one for myself as I wasn't sure...makes a good solid tie.
post #27 of 735

No kidding! I'm from Edison, NJ as well!  biggrin.gif

 

And denim tie is badass.

post #28 of 735
I don't see this one on the web site. great cloth. has this pattern since gone extinct (to use the terminology of the woolly mammoth)?
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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

Got mine. As Imhoff said, fabric and construction are both absolutely top notch. LOVE IT!

Keep on rockin' Roberto!

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post #29 of 735
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I don't see this one on the web site. great cloth. has this pattern since gone extinct (to use the terminology of the woolly mammoth)?

zegna 15 mil 15 fabric. twas only one of two. bigstar[1].gif
post #30 of 735
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zegna 15 mil 15 fabric. twas only one of two. bigstar[1].gif

Limited edition ftw! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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