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Posted on Oct 4, 2012 in 366 Bow Ties, Andy blogs, Bowties | 1 comment

366 Bow Ties for Haiti: Lots of Silk

Day 264 is a handsome silk reversible. My high school colors, in fact—blue and gold. Classic cut. Grab it here before it’s gone.

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Day 263 is about as classic as it gets. I was offered an honorary doctorate at an Ivy League school just for wearing it.

Silk, of course. Navy and red.

And don’t yo like the chambray detail on the band? Nice touch, Church Belles. Grab it here. All $29 (can you believe it’s just 29 bones??) go to Haiti. _______________________________________________________

Day 265 would represent only 100 days left of this project … if it weren’t a leap year. Actually, it still might. I always get confused with these calculations. Do you count inclusively? Exclusively? I dunno.

The wools are coming out, and I’m happy about that. This one is particularly nice. Yours hear for $29, all of which goes to Haiti.  Grab it here. _______________________________________________________

Day 262 is a sharp, classic batwing navy foulard of vintage necktie silk. Get it here.

You’ve got to love the smart, near-geeky shape of the batwing bow tie, no? Some think it doesn’t go with their face, or their body shape, or whatever. Pssshhhh. _______________________________________________________

Day 261: more classic repp stripe-age. Diamond point cut this time around. Please don’t buy this. I want it for myself. No. I’m being selfish. You can buy it. Besides, all the cash goes to Haiti. Yes, do buy it. (But then give it as a gift to me!) Here it is: go get it.

Enjoy,

Andy

1 Comment

  1. Nice tie!