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post #31 of 37
Doctor Crane: Where did you buy those Liberty of London ties? They are quite nice. It offers a change from my conservative taste in ties. Andrew: Great ties. The best of the forum IMO. You have exactly the same taste as I.
post #32 of 37
I can't say enough about my Liberty ties. Every time I wear one, I receive numerous comments. Unfortunately they're very hard to come by here in the states. Outside of the actual Liberty of London store in London, the next best source is http://www.linksandties.co.uk/LibertyOfLondonTies.aspx Every now and then they'll change the patterns on the web site. Plus you really can't beat the price as they're often advertised for much more. I'd suggest e-bay but they're a dime a dozen on there and the ones that are often listed are the older, cotton ones from the 70s and 80s (a.k.a crap)
post #33 of 37
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Andrew, your top row of ties appeals to me more than the bottom. I recognize all of them as top notch, it's a personal taste thing.
Yep, I divided them into "light" and "dark" groupings. Which ones I wear has to do with with my mood, also how bright the shirt is. For instance, one of my very favorite combo's is a lavender or lavender/white bengal striped shirt with a solid black or black/white polka dots tie.
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Andrew: Great ties. The best of the forum IMO. You have exactly the same taste as I.
Thanks Mike. You are right - I prefer simple ties as you do. Perhaps "simple and bold" would be the best description.
post #34 of 37
Nice ties gents. Acole: I like your Talbott BOC vines and your Behar olive. Renault78law: Yes, that is a superb tie A.Harris: Your Talbott Estate green/yellow stripes is quite different and tasty. Almost Etroish. Fraiser : Black Liberty. Originally posted by Mike.C:
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Doctor Crane: Where did you buy those Liberty of London ties? They are quite nice. It offers a change from my conservative taste in ties.
If you are ever in Italy, there are a several fabric stores that carry Liberty's material. What is even better is that they have a tiemaker who can make you one in any fabric, any style.
post #35 of 37
Ooooold thread (by an ooooold member), but resurrections can be good on occasion.

I only brought a small selection of my ties to college. These are a few favorites pulled from the bunch:



Left to right: Brooks madras, Barneys house label (Charles Hill, I think), Canali silk/cotton (ties the thickest knot i've ever seen), Hickey Freeman (really substantial silk), Nicky Milano, Lands End wool (pheasants for the Trad in me), vintage Pendleton wool.
post #36 of 37
Kickass knit on the end there, dude.
post #37 of 37
Nice ties. I think you outbid me on eBay for that silk/cotton Canali a few months ago and I have the same Nicky in black with blue and tan squares - love it.
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