Light color vintage ties in good functional condition without stains or other signs of wear are very hard to come by. Save a few light wrinkles, this skinny neckwear is good to go! Made of acetate and rayon blend and in excellent condition. 2x53.5inches (SKU# T22866)
Actually the fibers include brown, orange and green colors, but the overall look is that of a brown clip on necktie. A 3-D black and gold rectangular shaped flourish provides the finishing touch. This 1950's era tie is a 'Redy Tie' which originally retailed at the May Co. Shops for Men of California. In excellent vintage condition. 2.5x17inches (SKU# T14528)
Tiny taupe and beige flowers and leaves grace blue gridwork underneath. This bow tie is adjustable from 13 to 17.5. This 1960's to 1970's era necktie is 3.5 inches wide and is in excellent vintage condition. (SKU# T17793)
This bronze-tan and taupe striped tie was designed by Alpi during the 1960's. It is mad of poly acrylic, which explains the fuzzy edges on both sides of the tie. Otherwise in excellent vintage condition. 2.25x54inches (SKU# T25534)
This very skinny necktie features a black and white flourish midway up. This early 1960's neckwear is fashioned from acetate and rayon blend. It is a touch wrinkled by the right edge leading heading toward the tip. In very good vintage condition. 1.25x56inches (SKU# T25974)
This mid 60's to early 70s' era necktie depicts Aquarius, the eleventh sign of the zodiac from January 20th through February 18th. This navy and white neckwear is made by Donald Allen of Coral Gables, Florida. This wide vintage tie is in excellent condition. 4.5x55.5inches (SKU# T23951)
As men's suits began to slim down in the 1950's, so did men's ties, and by the late 50's, skinny ties were born. By the early 60's neckties as narrow as one inch were produced. The bright, loud colors often found in 40's vintage ties were transformed into more subdued blacks, grays, reds, greens and browns in the 1950's. Many 50's and 60's vintage skinny ties have an interesting flourish as a focal point. Thin men's neckties have regained popularity and today even television characters express their unique sense of style with narrow ties. So can you!