We’ve updated our list of American-made ties, giving you plenty of time to prepare for holiday outings and gift-giving. See it here.
Spring neckwear is hitting the stores,with lots of attractive new colors and patterns.
Disclosure: We’ll get a small commission if you buy through the links in this post. Please do!Today we’re visiting the tie department at Brooks Brothers. On the page we’ve linked, the ties are listed with newest first and you can see there are lots of spring-inspired patterns and colors. Below are a few photos of what you’ll find.
We’ve updated our post on Made-in-USA ties and the choices are phenomenal. See it here.
Here’s a story we can really get behind: a start-up apparel company that goes the usual manufacture-in-China route at first, but then brings all its manufacturing back to the USA.
According to its website, Wits + Beaux was founded after its owners conducted a frustrating search for “well made socks with expressive patterns, at a reasonable price.” They decided they “wanted to be the ones to make the perfect pair of socks.”
Even the name has an interesting origin. Apparently, the poets, orators, and politicians of Regency-Era England were known as “Wits.” The fashionable gentlemen were the “Beaux.”
Their collection includes socks, “beaux” ties in both big guy and little guy sizes, and pocket squares. Take a look.
Feather Ties from Brackish & Bell