The Journal — wool

EXPLORE TEXTURE WITH THE NEW OLIVER WOOL TIEJanuary 4, 2017...

EXPLORE TEXTURE WITH THE NEW OLIVER WOOL TIEJanuary 4, 2017 (Original post date).Introducing to you a new addition, which makes up a part of the Dark Horse Collection, the Oliver Wool Tie. Wool ties have the tendency to be easy to dress up or down because of it’s natural texture and softness. The Oliver tie has tones of grey with burgundy and blue creating a check pattern. The grey tones makes this tie an easy colour to wear, as it pretty much goes with most colours in your current wardrobe.Applying the four in hand knot is more than sufficient, creating a...

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A HINT OF COLOUR IS ALL YOU NEED WITH THE DISTINCTIVE GORDON...

A HINT OF COLOUR IS ALL YOU NEED WITH THE DISTINCTIVE GORDON TARTAN TIE.November 2, 2016 (Original post date).During my holiday in Scotland, I was leisurely scrolling and observing the surroundings. Then I spotted a fabric shop and saw all the wonderful different wool tartans glaring at me! As I am aware that my surname is of Scottish origin, I asked the shopkeeper if they had any Gordon tartan material and to my delight, they did! When I began making this tie I decided that I wanted it to be light-weight and therefore use an appropriate interlining to ensure this. The...

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Shaun Gordon

INTRODUCING THE TAYLOR WOOL TIE FOR AUTUMN.October 19, 2016...

INTRODUCING THE TAYLOR WOOL TIE FOR AUTUMN. October 19, 2016 (Original post date).Some of us, like the bright days with its chilled breeze on our faces and right now, it is very hard to deny that we are in the autumn season. This type of season conjures colours of burnt oranges, olive greens to browns, reflecting the fallen leaves from the trees. This mood very much reminds me of the Taylor tie because of it’s reddish sandstone colour, which will lift most autumnal hues you decide to adapt. A good example can be found in a recent post: Perfect Ties For...

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