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Paisley tie per Santo

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by galantuomo, Mar 24, 2013.

  1. galantuomo

    galantuomo Member

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    I was wondering who made this tie.
    I'm getting more into paisley ties lately, especially those big which take the whole tie.

    I've already found something very nice from Barbera, but well, just curios to know now what tie is in that photo.
    Anybody have ideas?
     


  2. VinnyMac

    VinnyMac Distinguished Member

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    IMO, paisley ties are generally ugly and/or for old men. That one's no different. I'm not sure who makes it, but it shouldn't be too hard to find a similar one. I'm not sure if the tie bar sells paisley, but it wouldn't hurt to look.
     


  3. galantuomo

    galantuomo Member

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    Well, if you think are ugly I just can say it's a matter of taste, but I can't agree paisley are for old men.
    Ties are not shoes, so guess every man who like dressing up, combining patterns, fabrics, style, own many ties, so I can't imagine myself without some paisley tie, especially as I said, those with big drawing.
    Is that tie I've posted for old men?? I don't think so and well, have you noticed old men dress better than younger ones?[​IMG]
     


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