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Since the first cheeky rascal was shipped off to boarding school, stripes and bold insignias have defined the preppy style. Now, it’s time to push things forward. This tie brings some modern verve to the world of silken neckwear, mashing up an array of patterns to create something entirely new. From the blend of stripes and crests to the subtle backside pattern, this statement piece blazes a trail, making it a unique addition to any gentleman’s tie rack.
This is quite possibly the ugliest tie I have ever seen. This isn't as bad as the fake Rolex, but this is right up there with it. I know you get a lot of "value" for 20 bucks but come on. Birchbox can do better than this.1
As an individual that works in a professional setting and wears a suit every day, this tie is not for me. I would be hard pressed to find a professional way to pull of a tie with a dog head and crossed bones. While the quality of the tie is outstanding and I'm a big fan of including dapper accessories in my monthly box, this tie won't be worn by me.1
I found this necktie to be very tacky and don't think it is of high quality. I would never wear something like this.1
The fact that this tie has 3.8 stars out of 5 at the time I'm writing this review basically calls into question any star ratings published on this website. This is beyond terrible. This looks like something a misguided 8th grader would wear to an end-of-year dance. It's ironic that this tie has a canine print on it, because it's so ugly I wouldn't let my dog wear it.1
I do like crazy ties, but ones that interest me. If it had a crazy pattern for the Steelers, I am game! But dogs? Nah. I also only wear ties that are extra long because I am a tall guy. Sorry, this one missed the mark with me.1
This skinny, black & white tie looks like something a pirate hipster designed for a prep school that has a dog as a mascot. I don't know what the age limit is for wearing it, but I certainly exceed it many times over at 43.1
I think Birch box missed the mark with this item. I'm not sure who would wear this or for what occasion. It does seem to be a good quality tie but the pattern is not something I would ever consider.1
The silk felt of a decent quality, but the pattern is a joke. The combination of prints is too busy, and not attractive. The canine print is the worst.1
Why why why the dogs? Call it modern if you will, this tie is hideous.1
I was really disappointed with the March box because of this hideous tie. I've been with Birchbox now 6 months, and although I agree with another reviewer that this tie isn't as bad as the fake Rolex, it is definitely strike Two! Why would Birchbox think this would appeal to anyone outside a small small group of men. I've said it before, but Birchbox needs to focus on the middle of the bell curve, not the extreme ends. The thing is, the tie is not attractive; the design is rather tacky. I know the theme of this month's box is to mix it up, but come one!1