This mainly textured brown necktie features a single striped panel containing three blue birds. Made of polyester by the Armando Collection and in excellent vintage condition. 4.5x55inches (SKU# T24256)
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)
This black and gray kids necktie features stripes running vertically, horizontally and diagonally! This skinny neckwear was made during the 1950's and is in excellent condition. 2.5x50.5inches (SKU# T17938)
This SHORTER tie is ideal for boys and some adults. This mid century necktie has black machine stitched hems at both tips, a typical way to finish a tie during the 1950's. It also has a tiny black mark near the tip. In very good vintage condition. 3x50.5inches (SKU# T17448)
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!