The Price of Chipps
Paul Winston over at Chipp2 kindly gave us a heads up yesterday to say that the price of his grenadines will be going up March 1st. Instead of $47.50, which is what they’re priced at now, they’ll be $49.50 starting next month. That’s because the price for grenadine fabric has been steadily rising, so Paul has to keep up. Even with the price hike, however, Chipp2 remains the most affordable grenadine tie supplier around. And if you for some reason could only own one tie, it probably should be a navy grenadine. It’s arguably the most versatile tie you can own. 
To buy one of Chipp2’s greandines, call Paul at (212) 687-0850 or visit his shop at 28 West 44th Street in New York City (it’s between 5th and 6th Avenue). You can also order them online through a slightly circuitous route. First go to Chipp2’s website and order one of the dog ties. Then in the comment section, tell him which color grenadine you want and the correct charge will be made on your credit card. He also accepts Paypal.
To read more about Chipp2’s grenadines, you can check out a review we did of them last year.
Update: One of our readers asked for the width of Chipp2’s grenadines. They’re 3.5” wide, and about 58” to 59” in length. If you need, Paul can shorten them for you, but if you want them narrowed, your best bet is to take them to TieCrafters (who charges about $22 or so). Note, Chipp2’s grenadines are all hand stitched, so there will be some variation in measurements because of the nature of the work. It won’t be much, but expect a 1/16 or 1/8” allowance. 

The Price of Chipps

Paul Winston over at Chipp2 kindly gave us a heads up yesterday to say that the price of his grenadines will be going up March 1st. Instead of $47.50, which is what they’re priced at now, they’ll be $49.50 starting next month. That’s because the price for grenadine fabric has been steadily rising, so Paul has to keep up. Even with the price hike, however, Chipp2 remains the most affordable grenadine tie supplier around. And if you for some reason could only own one tie, it probably should be a navy grenadine. It’s arguably the most versatile tie you can own. 

To buy one of Chipp2’s greandines, call Paul at (212) 687-0850 or visit his shop at 28 West 44th Street in New York City (it’s between 5th and 6th Avenue). You can also order them online through a slightly circuitous route. First go to Chipp2’s website and order one of the dog ties. Then in the comment section, tell him which color grenadine you want and the correct charge will be made on your credit card. He also accepts Paypal.

To read more about Chipp2’s grenadines, you can check out a review we did of them last year.

Update: One of our readers asked for the width of Chipp2’s grenadines. They’re 3.5” wide, and about 58” to 59” in length. If you need, Paul can shorten them for you, but if you want them narrowed, your best bet is to take them to TieCrafters (who charges about $22 or so). Note, Chipp2’s grenadines are all hand stitched, so there will be some variation in measurements because of the nature of the work. It won’t be much, but expect a 1/16 or 1/8” allowance. 

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Wine Red Grenadine Necktie by Jay Kos
The solid color and rich texture of the grenadine necktie make it one of the most versatile and elegant ties one can buy.  A good color goes with almost anything and always looks sharp.
Starts at $9.99, ends Tuesday

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Wine Red Grenadine Necktie by Jay Kos

The solid color and rich texture of the grenadine necktie make it one of the most versatile and elegant ties one can buy.  A good color goes with almost anything and always looks sharp.

Starts at $9.99, ends Tuesday

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Grenadine ties from J. Press
As I’ve explained before, there is no more wearable necktie than the grenadine.  The solid color makes it exceptionally easy to pair with a broad range of shirts and coats, and the texture makes it, well, not dull.  Burgundy, navy and black grenadines are absolute staples - you could, honestly, be well dressed with just those three ties.
$59.62 (from $79.50) from J. Press

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Grenadine ties from J. Press

As I’ve explained before, there is no more wearable necktie than the grenadine.  The solid color makes it exceptionally easy to pair with a broad range of shirts and coats, and the texture makes it, well, not dull.  Burgundy, navy and black grenadines are absolute staples - you could, honestly, be well dressed with just those three ties.

$59.62 (from $79.50) from J. Press