Soporific Tie Pr0n

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    Recent thrifts, mostly narrow except for the last two on the right, of which the red one is wool.

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    Recent thrifts, mostly narrow except for the last two on the right, of which the red one is wool.

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    You're in the wrong thread.
     


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    Wow, that one is groovy.
     


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    You're in the wrong thread.

    True. But when am I not? Worse, sometimes I wake up in the wrong bed. That Jagermeister is wicked poison.
     


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    Don Carlos In Time Out

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    TIES IN ABUNDANCE


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    Not really soporific, per se, but I'm digging some of these stripes. Where are these from?
     


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    My contribution - here they are:
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    Not really soporific, per se, but I'm digging some of these stripes. Where are these from?

    I think they're from the Andy Bernard collection. Someone posted a PSA for a sale in Scranton.

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    These were MTO for me a couple sesons ago... I partiuclarly like my Wool/Silk in Orange/Cocoa stripe.
     


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    Don't know how soporific are those. You'll tell if they are not.
    Linen six-fold Kiton's.
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    This thread has gotten a bit too exciting for my tastes.
     


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    edmorel Quality Seller!! Dubiously Honored

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    This thread has gotten a bit too exciting for my tastes.

    Time to go to sleep.

    Sample from my new tie line. They will all either have flat ends or rolled ends (handstitched), multi-fold and most will be completely unlined (the very light fabrics will have minimal lining). They will be tissue light, which I know is not to everyone's taste, but they will feel great to wear and will look good. Coming next week and they won't all be solid navy [​IMG] some shatungs, raw silk repp's, prints, wools, cotton's etc .
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