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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 tie is definitely not for everyone. Probably not most people. But I appreciate trying different things and I look forward to wearing it on a night out in the near future.3
i had high hopes for the brand. the idea of fresh designs was intriguing. however, where do you wear a dog and cross bones tie?2
a different type design but not my style, especially since it is skinny. made from quality materials but didn't tie well for me. i actually gave it away to a buddy who asked where he could purchase it.3
Ugly design, and badly constructed. It's stiff and far to thick for a skinny tie. Just take off the dog heads and I could have gotten behind it.1
This tie is a great add for any wardrobe. It can add a splash of flair to any outfit. Highly Recommend it!4
When am I ever going to choose to wear a tie with sailboats mimicking skull and cross bones? This was a shame of a box this month and I would have much rather preferred a pair of socks than this useless tie.1
Not usually my style, but I like what Nick Graham and BBM are doing here. Thanks for pushing me outside my comfort zone, guys. Also, great quality product.4
I was excited that I would be getting a tie in my box, this particular month... but was extremely disappointed in the print and quality of the tie. I tried to match it with several outfits, but could ever get it to work. The dog and crossbones definitely isn't for a corporate / business environments where I mostly wear ties.2
Very unique pattern, didn't like it very much at first, but after a bunch of complements at work, decided to keep it in the tie rotation. Quality and thickness isn't the greatest, but it's not terrible.3
I'm disappointed that I received this in my box. For my taste, it is simply too loud. I prefer understated and simple. I'm giving it away.1