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post #31 of 33
I think this is rediculous, the skinny tie is just a fad but a regular witdh tie will always be a mainstaple in mens fashion. What happens when the skinny tie thing goes out again and you are left with nothing but a altered shell of former greatness.
post #32 of 33
I've had a few 3.75" ties narrowed to 3.25" and they all look good. My tailor in Rowland Heights does it for $15/tie.

Though now, I rock even the occasional 3.75" tie (only dark colors) when I never would have in the past... you get used to it I guess.
post #33 of 33
Pictures as promised. These are a couple cheap Tommy Hilfiger ties that I had just sitting in my closet because they were too wide for my smaller frame. I got them slimmed down from 3 inches to 2.75 inches. My local dry cleaner/tailor charged only $12 per tie. I'm happy with the results!

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