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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.
Working in a business and professional setting, I have to dress up every day. This tie is something that I would never be able to wear to work or even out to a dinner with clients. I was not impressed by this.1
I really like the two prints on the tie. They allow for some interesting looks and style when using different knots.4
The Nick Graham necktie is one of my favorite items that I received from Birchbox, and I cannot understand the low reviews. Every time that I wear it, I get a compliment or have someone asking what is on it. This has opened avenues for conversation with all types of people. It is a great looking, skinny tie with stripes complementing dogs and crossbones. I would consider purchasing more from Nick Graham.5
This is a fun tie. I'm a teacher, and I love wearing stuff that still allows me to be an individual. Great pull.5
I can't wear this tie in the office. I did get a couple compliments when I wore it. Not the most professional of ties but works well if you are going for the hipster look. The quality isn't that good because it started ripping in the back after the 3rd time wearing it.2
This is really a fun tie. Not for everyone but is of good quality. Love to see more ties. Especially bow ties and bright colors.4
Not a fan - a little too kiddish for my taste. It would be ok without the dogs on the tie, but I personally find it too juvenile.2
This just doesn't work for me for so many reasons. It's juvenile in most every way from size to design. I'd pass it along to my little cousin, but I think he's a little too old for it (at ten years old.)1
This is the worst tie Ive ever laid my eyes on. Can you seriously wear it in a professional even casual environment if you don't want people to think you are insane?1
I'm not really a necktie kinda guy but even if I was I wouldn't wear this thing. Instead I just found another use for it.1