I do like a wide, 60s tie. This is a curatored selection from the vast array of gorgeous 60s ties that I have collected.
We are talking [left to right] tartan seersucker, pastel paisley, checkerboard silk, orange paisley, checkerboard nylon. Back then, they knew that a tie had to dominate a shirt and suit, not be subordinate to it.
A tie can completely lift an outfit- for men and women alike. In fact, if more women wore ties- it is my firm belief- we could end gender discrimination completely. Because…like…women look fabulous in ties. Everyone does. And particularly 60s ties.
This set is for sale: $AUD45
why, yes- groovy exactly. i don’t suppose you get out and about in ties much- but it’s never too late to start!
…always wanted to repurpose ties into some cool new functional ‘thing’ – a lot of neat ideas on Pinterest! The paisley is very pretty.
i agree- repurposing ties can be terrific. i also like to wear them whenever i can get away with it…i’m the one who chooses ‘tie day’ when it’s my turn to choose fun day at work…
The checkered one reminds me strangely of Mike Brady, who I’ve suddenly realised was very attractive!
hey, yeah- you’re right on both accounts!
Now I think I have a tie I need to show you as well (=
ha! great minds and all that!