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Red Apple Tiny Dots Tie

Description

A tonal pin dot design that is as timeless and versatile as it is sophisticated.  A real wardrobe staple that can be worn from work to play.  The bold red colour is gorgeous with black and grey suiting, as well as light pink or purple jackets if you're feeling a little more flamboyant.

            • Available with a width of approximately 7cm (2.75").
            • Made in Britain.
            • Made with 100% Polyester Satin.
            • Dry clean only.

            Product Details

            Why are ties only available in one size?

            We previously sold ties in Standard (8.5cm) and Skinny (5.5cm), which were substantially different. As such, many customers found it difficult to decide between them, particularly as there wasn’t a median size available. After listening to the feedback of our customers, we decided to discontinue the two previous sizes in favour of one one size (7cm) that worked for everyone. 7cm at the widest point is considered the UK average size for a tie.

            Do your ties come in a box?

            They do indeed. All of our ties come rolled into a cube cardboard box, keeping them safe and secure in transit and for storage at home. They also make perfect presentation boxes for giving them as gifts.

            Can you supply fabric samples ahead of placing my order?

            Of course! The beauty of your items being handmade to order is that we have fabric we can send to you ahead of placing your order. You can find the option for fabric samples on each product. If you need help ordering samples, please don’t hesitate to ask customer services.

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            Approx. Width: 7cm Widest Point
            Approx. Length: 150cm / 59"

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