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Is this a wedding tie?

Verso

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If not, would it be a wedding tie if the blue were black? How about navy?

Thanks.
 

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Personally my definition of a "Wedding Tie" is one that you never remove sober
 

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Could be, I guess. Depends on the wedding. How formal is it?
 

Verso

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Originally Posted by Will
That's a basketweave.

If the blue were black it would be close enough.


Thanks Will. I love your blog, by the way.

Originally Posted by tlmusic
Have you seen this thread discussing wedding ties?

I have, thanks. But I did not see an unambiguous statement in that thread as to whether a blue and silver woven tie like the one above would qualify as a wedding tie.

Am I right that the tie below is unequivocally a wedding tie?

 

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Originally Posted by Verso
Thanks Will. I love your blog, by the way. I have, thanks. But I did not see an unambiguous statement in that thread as to whether a blue and silver woven tie like the one above would qualify as a wedding tie. Am I right that the tie below is unequivocally a wedding tie?

I really don't know what should and shouldn't be a 'wedding tie' so Im probably completely wrong and someone will correct me, but I wouldn't have thought houndstooth to be entirely appropriate for a wedding? Edit: Nevermind, I just checked the link above and I am, as expected, completely wrong!
(Though I still think a macclesfield or a check would look better)
 

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is it true, what i heard; that that pattern is not actually houndstooth, but 'puppystooth' - as the pattern is much smaller/tighter together. have you guys heard that term before?
 

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is a pindot tie like this one acceptable for an evening wedding? and does anyone know a decent shop online with more options, haven't really found anything decent at all the places I've looked online.

 

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is a pindot tie like this one acceptable for an evening wedding? and does anyone know a decent shop online with more options, haven't really found anything decent at all the places I've looked online.


u the groom or a guest?
is that black?
if it is, i would not wear it....
if it is not, i would not wear it.
 

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^guest, and thanks... found another helpful thread and think I'm on the right track now
 

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