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Best Middle-of-the-Road, Bang-for-the-Buck Online Source for Ties

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Happy Friday, SF'ers! I'm looking to upgrade from my The Tie Bar ties. I'd like to acquire some decent quality, solid colored, textured silk ties in staple colors like navy and burgundy. Nothing fancy, just well-made, basic ties in the $40-$60 range. Preferably 3.5 inches wide, nothing smaller. Any and all suggestions welcome. Thanks!
post #2 of 10
A few in that price range:
http://bergbergstore.com/
http://www.mountainandsackett.com/
http://theknottery.com/
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Originally Posted by Fred G. Unn View Post

A few in that price range:
http://bergbergstore.com/
http://www.mountainandsackett.com/
http://theknottery.com/

Thanks a lot for those suggestions! I really wish The Knottery offered ties wider than 3 inches, as they seem like an excellent value for the price.

Any other suggestions?
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Anyone?
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http://www.styleforum.net/t/307841/luxeswap-official-affiliate-thread

Been some amazing ties come through here lately.
post #6 of 10
Unless you need a certain amount of ties, get fewer but nicer ties. Sam Hober is popular here.
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Originally Posted by Flake View Post

http://www.styleforum.net/t/307841/luxeswap-official-affiliate-thread

Been some amazing ties come through here lately.

Thanks for that!

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Originally Posted by Liquidus View Post

Unless you need a certain amount of ties, get fewer but nicer ties. Sam Hober is popular here.

Yes, fewer but nicer is definitely my strategy. But still, as a college student, there's only so much I can spend per tie, hence this thread inquiring about the best "bang for the buck" offerings. I'm definitely familiar with Sam Hober, and maybe I will indeed consider springing for a couple Hober ties. His grenadines seem particularly nice.
post #8 of 10
Make the small jump from 60 to 75 and get one or two Hobers. Worth it. Very, very worth it. Even if that means skimping on the other ties or looking on eBay (also not a terrible idea).
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I just purchased 2 ties from Howard Yount ($85) that I'm very pleased with. My computer monitor did not do them justice.

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Originally Posted by Claghorn View Post

Make the small jump from 60 to 75 and get one or two Hobers. Worth it. Very, very worth it. Even if that means skimping on the other ties or looking on eBay (also not a terrible idea).

+1 on Hober. I'd take two Hobers over three $50 ties any day. Heck, I'd take the Hobers over most of what sells in retail stores for $150+.
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