Our tie is custom-made, you choose:
– the construction: 3, 5 or 7 plies
– the dimensions: width (7,5, 8, 8,5 and 9 cm) and length (147, 150 or other)
If you wish to have your initials embroidered, you can specify them on the order page.
3, 5 ou 7 folds ?
3 folds: a tie folded three times on itself. This is the lightest variation because less material is used. It is a good solution if you choose a thicker material.
5 folds: an intermediate construction, which will hold better but is still quite light. You have a little more material, and always a woollen triple to give consistency to the whole.
7 folds: they are entirely made from the envelope of the tie, folded and folded on itself. They are therefore completely free of interlinings. The hand and the fall obtained thanks to this construction are sublime.
Choose the right length and width of tie:
There are three criteria for the length:
– your size
– your favorite pants: and how you wear them (high or normal size?)
– the style you want: for a classic business wear you will have a small panel that comes to the same length as the big one, while for a more sartorial style you will let the small panel exceed the big one.
And for width, here’s what you need to consider:
– Your build: 7.5 to 8 if you’re thinner, more if you’re taller.
– your wardrobe: the width of your tie should be proportional to the width of your jacket lapels and shirt collar.
Note that it is possible to be thin and wear a suit with wide lapels, an imposing shirt collar and a tie 8.5 or even 9 cm wide. On the other hand, the reverse is strictly not recommended.
Patterns and style tips
The paisley pattern
Paisley is a timeless, unisex and intergenerational pattern. It is an accumulation of water drops composed of plant motifs. Also known as paisley patterns, its name comes from the Scottish town of Paisley.
Originally it is a pattern found in Persia, or Iran. This pattern was widely used to decorate royal insignia, crowns, clothing…but also widely used by the general population.
With time it became a decorative element widely used in their culture and even in architecture, even silk. Taken again for our winter collection on a light wool, the design will be easily adaptable for our next silks.