After extensive multivariate testing across all necktie properties, I have come to the irrefutable conclusion that the hopsack ties are the best ties. You may like this post as payment for my tireless commitment to the truth.
jcmeyer submitted a new listing:
Two Spier & Mackay - 36S NEO - Abraham Moon Tweed (Contemp) & EThomas WSL (Slim) gunchecks - Two Spier & Mackay recent favorites -- both 36S Neapolitan cut -- one contemporary and one slim cut
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Two Spier & Mackay sportcoats for sale, both are 36S Neapolitan cut (3roll2) but the tweed is the contemporary cut and the EThomas wool/silk/linen is the slim. Moon was worn a couple of times, EThomas not at all. Just not a good fit for me.
$325 for the Moon Tweed / $225 for the EThomas WSL /...
I’ve always used multiple tabs too, which is fine, and probably better for making final purchase decisions.
But when it’s been a while since I visited the site I find myself wanting to scroll more fluidly through the options from top to bottom. And because I’ve had this thought multiple times...
Ever considered functionality on the site to browse through multiple ties more easily? Either within a slide show or even just "previous/next" buttons on the product pages? Could work within the same radio-button filters you already have set up.
Before you tailor the jacket, consider whether you should keep it at all. Pattern/fabric looks nice, and it's hard to say if the rest of it fits you based on the photo, but it definitely looks too short with the buttoning point too high. The lower rise of the trousers isn't helping, but even...
I'd say the navy houndstooth between the two, but both are very formal ties, mostly used for weddings -- with a suit.
Not sure what you plan to use them for, but you might want to consider something else if versatility is your goal.