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Monthly Archives: November 2013

Seven Folds Tie

In the origin, the Ties, were packaged with a single, large piece of fabric approximately 70 cm x 70 – said yoke or square – folded several times diagonally, from the sides towards the center ( four folds from one side and three on the other), to obtain the required consistency: hence the name sevenfold Continue Reading

How to Choose a Good Tie

Buying guide : What to know when choosing a good tie Fully aware of the difficulties that are encountered when choosing a product, it’s a tie, a bow tie, an ascot, a scarf, etc. .., to help our clients, we have prepared this brief “guide” indicated with some key elements by consider while shopping . Continue Reading

Guide to Fabrics

HERE YOU WILL FIND A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF TISSUE WILL HELP YOU IN SELECTING THE PRODUCT THAT WILL BE BETTER FOR YOU. Fabrics • Gauze • Knitting • Mogador • Pied de Poule • Satin • Saglia or Twill • Tartan • Tweed • Jacquard • Gauze: The gauzes are a class of materials interweaving Continue Reading

Ideal Ties for Winter

Ideal Ties for Winter Try to wear a tie made with a textured fabric, like wool or corduroy, and you’ll immediately wonder why you didn’t think of doing it sooner. We’ll excuse you if you have been locked in the smooth cell of silk tie jail for years. Most men have. Usually many men go Continue Reading

Tie’s History

Since the dawn of humanity, man has felt the need to bind the cloth around the neck, so much so that even the ancient Egyptians, for example, a strip of cloth tied with the knot of Isis around the neck of the deceased as a sign of protection. The forerunner of the tie was a Continue Reading