- Brioni, The Regiment Tie, Purple. The Regiment Tie communicates respect for convention, seriousness, straight-talk, and perhaps a little “frat boy” churned into the mix. Serious or relaxed…a perfect choice; but, be careful not to infringe upon a regiment or club by wearing a regiment tie that has been designed to represent a specific organization.
Consider the power of a rather small piece of apparel such as the necktie. This slice of fabric can make or break a job interview, determine admittance or rejection into a fine restaurant and be a key factor in whether a man is to be taken seriously, or not. And it is fascinating to consider that a man’s choice of a necktie may give insight into his personality.
- Stefano Ricci, Lavender Gray Paisley. A nice paisley conveys boldness and when well chosen, displays a strong flair for style and a penchant for nostalgia.
- The vintage Sulka Tie is now an ultra rare deadstock item that the most every tie aficionado may seek to own.
- From Drakes, London: “There’s a
touch of sartorial audacity in a silk knitted tie that’s oddly
liberating and we’re proud that our knits continue to set the standard.
Starting with the finest quality spun raw silk they’re knitted on
hundred year old looms that produce the distinctive crunchy ‘cri de la
soie’ hand, the true mark of quality and authenticity in knitted silk
ties. Spots are sewn on by hand. Made in Germany, 100% silk, 7cm width”