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post #121 of 158

I really like all of these except 4th from the left and 4th from the right.  Purely personal preference, I don't care for yellow and the other one seems a little too busy 

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Here's my measly collection of stripes ties.
 
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post #122 of 158
i am a retard. i meant 4th from the right when looking at the pic. the blue and yellow, 4th from the left, is lovely.
post #123 of 158
My stripes


unknown, Panta, unknown, Panta, Panta, vintage Brooks Brothers, unknown


Lands End, vintage Brooks Brothers, Cantini, Banana Republic, E. Marinella


Polo, JAB, Cantini, Jacobs Roberts for The Hound, Robert Talbott for The Hound


Brooks Brothers, Jacobs Roberts for The Hound, Brooks Brothers, Cantini, Lands End
post #124 of 158
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Vanda, Unknown, Drakes

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Panta, Drakes, Hober

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Unknown, Saks, BoO (Wedding ties)

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Hober, PC, Hober

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Hober, Hober, Vanda

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Capelli, Unknown, Drakes

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Drakes, Vanda, Drakes

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Capelli, Drakes, Capelli

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Brighter pic of the last Capelli above to prove that it is striped
post #125 of 158

@jrd617 - is the Hober on the right a black and red or is it the #1 midnight and red?  It definitely looks black in the photo, much more so than the swatch I have.

 

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post #126 of 158
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Hmmm why? If not mistaken, that tie is from Vanda. I just bought one recently....

yes you correct it's a Vanda.

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Here's my measly collection of stripes ties.



From the left Drakes, Drakes (both are cashmere) Herringbone, Vanda, Hober, Vanda, Vanda,Drakes, Drakes, Borrelli, Faconnaable (cashmere/silk), Drakes, Hober

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i am a retard. i meant 4th from the right when looking at the pic. the blue and yellow, 4th from the left, is lovely.

The navy and pink,I was on the fence with this one when I was culling my ties recently it's also my least favourite from the bunch here.

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wow. Really liking the shantungs and wools

Makers for all the tie? Inquiring minds want to know...

Thanks for all the compliments I eddied my post to included all the tie-makers.
post #127 of 158
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The navy and pink,I was on the fence with this one when I was culling my ties recently it's also my least favourite from the bunch here.

*great minds*


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post #128 of 158
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it's midnight blue
post #129 of 158
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some sidmashurn ties ive been tempted by

wool-silk Irish poplin. need a "rust" tie. thoughts @in stitches? you are the rust king

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post #130 of 158
i like both of those!

i think i have maybe half dozen stripes in my arsenal. i will try and get a pick over the weekend.
post #131 of 158
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i like both of those!

i think i have maybe half dozen stripes in my arsenal. i will try and get a pick over the weekend.

I think there are many opportunities for a FTFY here ^

Don't do it just laugh to yourself and move on!

BTW Great ties there nod[1].gif

In other news I sort out my mate Tom ex of the Grenadier Guards today and chatted to him about his perceptions of the regimental tie in the UK nowadays. He was quite adamant that he wore his on 'special' days only and he had never come across someone wearing one when not from the regiment. In fact he went on to say that there was a man who was the Secretary of his ex servicemen's Club. He had taken the role on having attending all the functions over the last 15 years bringing his father who had served in the regiment, now in his 80's, It was often discussed in hushed tones as to whether he should be given a tie to wear and in recognition of him taking the role on and despite never having served in the Regiment he was presented with the tie. The man who pushed it over the line was a retired Colonel who stood at an AGM and said this was what should happen and if anyone disagreed they could take it up with him.

Tom also pointed me here http://www.regimentalshop.com/shop/products/106-Regimental-Ties-British-Army-Regimental-Ties/

Fascinating
post #132 of 158

Some summer beauties from Calabrese.

 

post #133 of 158
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nmwa?
post #134 of 158
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very interesting discussion,cleav.

makes me kind of want to sell my hober guards tie out of respect. peepwall[1].gif it probably is the most well know regimental design....

then again, it is facing the American direction

guards tie official //

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Hober version - American direction \\

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post #135 of 158
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Tom also pointed me here http://www.regimentalshop.com/shop/products/106-Regimental-Ties-British-Army-Regimental-Ties/
[...]
 

 

What an excellent reference resource.  Thanks, Cleav.

 

Cheers,

 

Ac

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