Silk foulard
Drakes Ties
£115.00

Silk foulard

Drakes Ties
£115.00
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Silk foulard

Handprinted and handmade to ensure all round quality.

This silk foulard offers a moderately bold option from the collection. A pale blue tie with black medallion patterning; with rich blue elements and a hint of cream, gives this classic look added life.

The fabric is 100% silk with the tie weighing 22 oz. Silk twill foulards are the quintessential English ties, elegant the world over and ideal for the discerning gentleman.

For added quality, the tie is self tipped. This avoids an embarrassing moment if your tie becomes twisted. Lower quality ties are exposed as such by having no fabric on the backing of the tip.

Handmade in England.

8 cm x 147 cm

A tie should always be untied carefully after wearing.  Yanking the knot loose could tear the neckpiece.

As Miss Adelaide says in Guys and Dolls, “We are civilized people.  We do not have to conduct ourselves like slobs.”

Fabric ties (silk, wool, cashmere, cotton) should be rolled after wearing and then hung; knit ties should be rolled and never hung.

Ties cannot be dry-cleaned, cannot be washed, and cannot be pressed. Either cover your tie when you eat, or prepare to replace it when it is soiled!

Full Description

Handprinted and handmade to ensure all round quality.

This silk foulard offers a moderately bold option from the collection. A pale blue tie with black medallion patterning; with rich blue elements and a hint of cream, gives this classic look added life.

The fabric is 100% silk with the tie weighing 22 oz. Silk twill foulards are the quintessential English ties, elegant the world over and ideal for the discerning gentleman.

For added quality, the tie is self tipped. This avoids an embarrassing moment if your tie becomes twisted. Lower quality ties are exposed as such by having no fabric on the backing of the tip.

Handmade in England.

8 cm x 147 cm


Care

A tie should always be untied carefully after wearing.  Yanking the knot loose could tear the neckpiece.

As Miss Adelaide says in Guys and Dolls, “We are civilized people.  We do not have to conduct ourselves like slobs.”

Fabric ties (silk, wool, cashmere, cotton) should be rolled after wearing and then hung; knit ties should be rolled and never hung.

Ties cannot be dry-cleaned, cannot be washed, and cannot be pressed. Either cover your tie when you eat, or prepare to replace it when it is soiled!