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How to safely pack ties for travel??

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Doc4, Mar 20, 2009.

  1. Fred49

    Fred49 Senior member

    Jan 14, 2009
    When I travel with more than 5 ties I lay mine flat and fold lengthwise in a dry cleaners bag. In that way they do not rub on each other nor do they wrinkle. ( I do the same with my suits) The other fantastic method is a Brioni tie case that will handle 5 ties. Zip it up and throw it in the suitcase. Open it up and hang the ties up. There is a handy dandy hanger neatly made into the lining of the case. Yahoo!
  2. Apollotrader

    Apollotrader Senior member

    Jul 8, 2012
    Paradise Valley, AZ
    Coach sells a fantastic tie case that I have used for ever. Ties travel perfectly. If not Coach then I would try BB.
  3. Odradek

    Odradek Senior member

    Jun 13, 2011
    Currently rural England
    Currently travelling for about ten days and for some reason bringing a few ties with me, though occasions to wear one are few.

    I did have then hanging from a tie hanger in a suit bag, but her at my father's house have dug out an antique leather tie box which doubtless belonged to some long gone ancestor.

    I know ties were shorter in days gone by and I might have six ties a bit squashed in there, but which is the preferred way to pack ties when travelling?



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