Tie Organization P0rn (A New Thread for Collectors)

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  1. jrd617

    jrd617 Senior member

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    Let's make this an ongoing thread. Organize your tie rack/drawer as you like it, and post (preferably high-resolution) macro photography here. It would be interesting to see everyone else's selection, and organizing method.

    SpooPoker and NOBD: I'm looking at you.

    Inspired by Vox. Photo credit to him in this initial post.

    Does anyone have the shot he posted of the big tie drawers in his closet? (Edit: Matty Long Legs found them a few posts down)


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    jrd617 Senior member

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    First up for me: tie rack #1.


    Left to right (top tie/bottom tie if stacked):

    RLPL silk twill / Bert Pulitzer silk pindots
    Holliday & Brown silk neat print
    Brooks Brothers wool-silk repp
    Brooks Brothers wool-silk repp
    Battistoni silk
    Breuer wool blackwatch plaid
    Polo silk repp
    Psycho Bunny silk repp / Turnbull & Asser silk woven
    Marinella silk neat print
    Polo silk pindots
    Forsyth silk dots
    RLBL silk print / RLBL silk print
    Holliday & Brown satin silk / Corneliani satin silk
    RLPL silk twill / vintage Dunhill Tailors silk regimental
    Borrelli silk twill with dots / Polo silk print with dots

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    Left to right (top tie/bottom tie if stacked):

    Borrelli silk twill with dots / Talbott Best of Class silk print with dots
    Borrelli silk horizontal ribbed / Turnbull & Asser silk woven
    Talbott Best of Class brown with stripes
    Battistoni silk neat print
    Polo wool barleycorn tweed
    RLPL Ancient Madder silk paisley
    Samuelsohn wool glen plaid
    Rubinacci wool
    Malo wool herringbone
    J. Press wool herringbone
    Polo silk twill with dots / Altea silk twill with dots
    RLPL silk glen plaid
    RLPL silk with pindots
    RLPL silk twill



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    Still to come is tie rack #2, and my grenadine and knit drawer. :hide:
     
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    Do you ever untie the knots? Notice any damage to the ties if they've been tied for long periods of time?
     
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    Of course, how would I wear them then?

    Wools keep pretty well. It's the extra crispy silk twills that can get bent out of shape/wrinkled over time. The soft silk prints keep pretty wrinkle free too.
     
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    in stitches Kung Joo Moderator

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    are the OPs ties your or thats from the vox collection?

    great pics all are around. ill try and get mine up sometime.
     
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    All from Die, Workwear!, who I believe got them from a post here on SF.

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    I'm liking this thread. I'll post some pics of mine tonight.
     
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    :drool: le sigh
     
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    jrd617 Senior member

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    The ties in the first post are Vox's. (Inspiration)


    Please do. :slayer:




    Thanks man!



    Nice find on the drawer pictures! I knew someone would have them.

    Do post as well. :nodding:
     
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    Here's the majority of my collection. Grenadines are hung elsewhere so they don't snag on the wood dividers (which I built myself).

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    Pictures redacted ala Vox?

    You had pictures up before. Put that shit up again! :slayer:
     
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    My ghetto set up. Not included are three knit ties rolled up in a drawer and six bow ties, all PRL or BB. Most are inherited from my uncle and grandfather or thrifted.

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    Faconnable, RLPLx5, Talbottx2, PRL, Brioni, Zegna, Etro, J. McLaughlin, BB, Dunhill, PRL, real old school A&F, PRL, Ben Silver, BB, Barney's, Talbott BOC
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    Panta grenadinex2, BBx3, Ben Silver, Holland & Sherry, Kiton, BB
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    PRL, Paul Stuart, RLPL, Faconnable, Drakes for Ben Silver, Kiton, BB, RLPL, J. McLaughlin, Charles Tyrwhitt
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