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Tadino Store Ties - Spanish made - Ratings from buyers needed

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by casadisartoria, Oct 14, 2014.

  1. casadisartoria

    casadisartoria Senior member

    Aug 10, 2014
    Dear SF Readers,

    Wondering if anyone has any experience with ties purchased from "Tadino Store"? I believe the ties are made in Spain and appear to be of good quality from the pictures shown. Prices vary between 59 euro and up but worldwide free shipping is included on any purchase above 49 euro, which may make it worthwhile to try.


    Please do share your thoughts.

    Casa di Sartoria
  2. patliean1

    patliean1 Senior member

    Jun 13, 2012
    Chicago, IL
    I was actually interested in buying a tie from them, especially with free shipping.
  3. Bruges

    Bruges Senior member

    Jan 17, 2015
    Where can you buy ties offering the best value for your money?
    Not the best high-end quality, but like Luxire for custom shirts, Meermin for shoes etc.
  4. Claghorn

    Claghorn Senior member Dubiously Honored

    Aug 21, 2012
    I have one. I am a deft hand at knots, and I of all my neckties, my Tadino is the only one that does not knot well. I once tried over and over again (which I've never had to do for any other tie) to get it to dimple before giving up on it and switching to another tie.

    A few months later, I gave it another whirl. Managed to get it to dimple after a few tries. Within an our of wearing, the dimple collapsed into a mess.

    (the dimple here looks better than it is. The right edge of the tie along the dimple looks like it's folded over, but it's basically just the edge there)

    It depends on the type of tie you want, but for knits, I've heard good things about Knottery. Generally, it's best just to pick up ties on sale rather than looking for the Meermin of neckties.
    Last edited: Jul 30, 2016
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