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I WILL PAY YOU TO BUY THIS PURPLE LABEL TIE!

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by noob in 89, Feb 16, 2012.

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  1. noob in 89

    noob in 89 Senior member

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    SOLD! Thank you...





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    From the name synonymous with luxury comes a tie that is luxurious...


    3.5 - 3.6 inches at widest point

    Made of a very nice, but hard to describe silk: more matte, like an Hermes tie, not in-your-face shiny, but with a pleasant sheen observable from some angles (best seen in the first photo). It's thick, but not heavy, textured, but not rough or irregular.


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    Thanks. The tie measures between 3.5-3.6 inches at the widest point; the SF standard, I believe. The fabric is a little harder to describe: it's a really great silk, definitely the nicest I've seen, though I imagine that's a little subjective. It's more matte, like an Hermes tie, not in-your-face shiny, though it does have a pleasant sheen observable from some angles (best seen in the first photo). It's thick, but not heavy, and pleasantly textured, but not irregular. Among connoisseurs, I'm not sure if there are technical terms to cover all this, or not.
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