Tie

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by GSilva, Sep 17, 2006.

  1. GSilva

    GSilva Member

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    How can I tie a tie like the pic on as the one I attached to the post. Is that a windsor knot? Or is it a special kind of tie? Forgive me for asking a question liek this, but I need to know.
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  2. jml90

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    Looks like a half windsor with a nice dimple.
     


  3. GSilva

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    How do they get a dimple that perfect?
     


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    chrisc Well-Known Member

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    That dimple is pretty big in the first place, but I think how a dimple looks depends on the fabric of the tie.
     


  5. Roger

    Roger Senior member

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    How do they get a dimple that perfect?
    http://dimpler.com/ [​IMG]
     


  6. GSilva

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    how do you get a dimple that big?
     


  7. Dragon

    Dragon Senior member

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    Yuk!

    Actually I think those are the worse types of dimples. I would rather not dimple than have a carefully manufactured dimple like that.
     


  8. Zubberah

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    My type of dimple - some ties naturally dimple this way. Eg woven ties like Versace, Richard James, etc
     


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