Cut-Up Paisley Burgundy and Blue Silk Skipper Tie

Cut-Up Paisley Burgundy and Blue Silk Skipper Tie


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Cut-Up Paisley Burgundy and Blue Silk Skipper Tie

Style Notes

The Cut-Up Paisley tie is a completely unique take on a classic pattern; blue and orange patchwork invigorates the burgundy backdrop for a suave yet eccentric finish. The Skipper version is made in homage to the retro Kipper style of the 60s and 70s.

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Construction Details

Our silk ties are hand-sewn in Kent by a team of artisans with centuries of combined experience. The silk used is woven in Suffolk using techniques dating back hundreds of years, while the signature paisley tipping is made with acetate - designed to withstand the abrasion that can be caused by belts or zips. The blade of each design features a unique hidden 'loop' made from strongest-ever bonded thread, which allows the tie to ruche and relax back into place after wearing.


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