Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by in stitches, May 24, 2011.
^ Purple-tone ties are the best. Along with green-tone ties, they're the most versatile after navy.
Keep on snapping the photos, it is all the pics in this thread that feed my addiction! I have Macclesfield print that is similar. Love it!
You need some purple in your life.
Thanks for the suggestions - that's really helpful, especially the "don't order a whole bunch straight away" suggestion, because my wishlist was getting a little out of control.........
I'm emailing David now and will post my first purchases when they come through - can't wait!
Midnight blue linen (3-fold construction) in action today.
Love that jacket.
Thank you aravenel!
Carbon black piccola w/ Rubinacci Sirenuse square from ASW
superb ties, and jackets, guys. i think its time for me to place another hober order.
Love the blue linen. Have the same, but you're pairing I like better.
That's old. Today is #87.
That is absolutely gorgeous... Would that be the 3/4 folded unlined one? I don't quite understand how the Hober ordering system is set up, but I'm looking to try out something just like what you're wearing there!
Scurvy - very nice. Suprisingly I do not have a black grenadine in my collection...I'll have to change that.
in stitches - thank you! It is always time to place an order with David...
tdude - thank you! The #87 is awesome
Enthusiasm - thank you! My dark purple diamond weave is the standard 3-fold construction and is lined. The diamond weaves are pretty substantial so I don't feel the need to go to 6-fold construction.
Wow really liking the diamond weaves ... anyone have a picture of the brown one in action?
You and I must have the same taste. I also have both the dark (forest) green and the dark purple diamond weave ties (albeit in 6-fold configuration). They only one you are missing is navy
...and I do have the navy, just haven't worn it since I started posting pics.
Today's Hober is the dark red fina grenadine (4-fold construction). Not the best photo...
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