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  • So I'm going through a bit of a tie stage. Haven't found any ties in London that are of any interest to me other than being a plain old tie. Nothing wrong with a standard tie thought. I found http://cyberoptix.com/ the ties on there are really nice. Haven't found anything similar or even coming close in London so if you know of a place or design outfit let me know!

    Cheers
    James

  • First rule to wearing a tie - make sure it's darker than your shirt

    HATE, HATE, HATE, HATE, HATE it when you see whoppers in black shirts and white/silver ties! WTF!? SOOOOOOOOoooooo boyband and footballer and a REALLY, REALLY, REALLY bad look

  • oh man, those ties are hideous! go for something a little more understated. Reiss do some nice ones.

  • I found http://cyberoptix.com/ the ties on there are really nice.

    Urgh, gash.

  • i dislike people who try to demonstrate their uniqueness and individuality through their choice of ties. it's a slippery slope to wearing a homer simpson novelty tie.

    with a tie, go for the classics.

  • selfridges have a lot of nice ties. my favorites are missoni.
    i don't get to wear ties very often but am currently favoring a chocolate brown with a bit of beige 60's Dior silk tie. i need another wedding or court appearance to wear it though.

  • Duchamp http://www.duchamplondon.com/shop/ties/ are pretty good if you want a bit of flare. They are not too wacky.

  • Good point, and it is true in many circumstances. I personally like the design on some of those ties... although ones like 'the morning wood' leave a bad taste in my mouth. You could say that it's a bit like the "fixie" culture with quotes like "i dislike people who try to demonstrate their uniqueness and individuality through their choice of ties. it's a slippery slope to wearing a homer simpson novelty tie. "

    This could relate to many items of clothing but they all look good on someone when worn right.

  • selfridges have a lot of nice ties. my favorites are missoni.
    i don't get to wear ties very often but am currently favoring a chocolate brown with a bit of beige 60's Dior silk tie. i need another wedding or court appearance to wear it though.

    yes, Chocolate brown is the way forward!

  • Good point, and it is true in many circumstances. I personally like the design on some of those wheels... although ones like 'white aeropoke' leave a bad taste in my mouth. You could say that it's a bit like the "fixie" culture with quotes like "i dislike people who try to demonstrate their uniqueness and individuality through their choice of wheels . it's a slippery slope to rocking a pink velocity deep-v. "

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  • Good point, and it is true in many circumstances. I personally like the design on some of those ties... although ones like 'the morning wood' leave a bad taste in my mouth. You could say that it's a bit like the "fixie" culture with quotes like "i dislike people who try to demonstrate their uniqueness and individuality through their choice of ties. it's a slippery slope to wearing a homer simpson novelty tie. "

    This could relate to many items of clothing but they all look good on someone when worn right.

    yeah but a homer simpson novelty fixie would RAWK!!!

  • £50 to the first to do it.

  • Hugo Boss make some very nice ties. Most department stores like Harvey Nicks, Harrods and Selfridges will have good selections. Understated is the key.

  • Duchamp http://www.duchamplondon.com/shop/ties/ are pretty good if you want a bit of flare. They are not too wacky.

    i'd say they are too wacky, I really dislike some of these. Maybe two i'd wear. I'm liking ted baker ties at the moment.

  • skinny ties are the latest rage

    when shopping last week noticed some lovely ones from RL & Hugo Boss - alot of chocolate browns mixed with pinks...nice!

  • Sounds good.

  • it's straight out of late 60's early 70's before ties went super-wide.
    i quite like it though.

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  • yeh, that's nice. What and where?

  • http://www.etsy.com/shop_sold.php?user_i­d=58778 it's the victorian gears tie that sparked this off really. Maybe it comes down to the association of cogs hmmm.

  • Dior, i guess 60's/70's from my late grandfathers tie collection. something similar from a retro clothes shop £5-£15?

  • Dior, i guess 60's/70's from my late grandfathers tie collection. something similar from a retro clothes shop £5-£15?

    You'd be lucky.

  • tie = noose

    Absurd fashion accessory. Hopefully ties will go the way of 17th century man-wigs, foot binding and those dresses that made women look like they had massive arses.

    Fucking hate wearing one to work - its flying the class flag. Cunts in ties with pink newspapers caused the global economic crisis. Fucking pink newspapers.

  • ^

    Ditto.

  • a tie for fucktards ^

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