The Dark Knot provides luxurious 100% handmade silk ties across both woven and printed silk. They offer approximately 120 designs across a range of colors and patterns.
The Dark Knot tie comes in an elegantly designed box that is perfect for gift giving. All you would need to throw it under your tree this holiday season is included. You can also use this box to conveniently store your tie or protect it while traveling.
Included in the box is even a handy style guide that will help you pair your tie with the perfect color of shirt to get the most fashionable and professional looking result. All of the ties also come with two tie clips (one disposable), that slide through the reverse side of your tie and clip to two shirt buttons, to keep your tie firmly in placee.
I received the incredibly gorgeous Stratford Abstract, which is an amazing deep purple color. They only use the highest quality of silk, as well as a double layer of wool and cotton. The tie itself feels soft, thick, and well made. Every tie is stitched by hand, using a slip stitch which allows for incredible durability when moving along the hidden stitch. This ensure your tie will not fall apart when you have it tightly against your neck.
The Dark Knot truly provides beautiful, quality made ties perfect for any occasion. If you are going to give the gift of a tie this holiday season, make it The Dark Knot.
Prices range from $55 to $85 at their website thedarkknot.com.
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