A wool tie, like the above from Howard Yount, can add some texture to your ensemble.  Whether that texture is intended to compliment a flannel or contrast with a worsted, it’s welcome in the cooler months. The warmer texture also gives the colors a richer, more lived-in appearance, making this silver-gray much less sharp than its silk equivalent.
Photo by Marco

A wool tie, like the above from Howard Yount, can add some texture to your ensemble.  Whether that texture is intended to compliment a flannel or contrast with a worsted, it’s welcome in the cooler months. The warmer texture also gives the colors a richer, more lived-in appearance, making this silver-gray much less sharp than its silk equivalent.

Photo by Marco

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