This skinny blue necktie is an official Century 21 Tie from the Seattle World's Fair which ran from April until October of 1962. It depicts the Space Needle and Monorail, both of which debuted that year. This unique neckwear is in excellent vintage condition. 2.25x53inches (SKU# T28386)
Ice blue diamonds overlap, creating a horizontal striped effect. Touches for red add color. This all silk necktie originally retailed at Loveman's of Alabama. In excellent vintage condition. 2.5x52inches (SKU# T28391)
This red, white and blue patriotic color tie features foxes right side up and upside down! Woven in France from 100% polyester, this neckwear is in excellent vintage condition. 4.5x55inches (SKU# T28450)
This medium brown color rectangle cover this necktie from corner to corning, including a small white & orange doodad for good measure. This vintage neckwear is made by Van Heusen and is in excellent condition. 2.5x54inches (SKU# T28480)
This dark pink and black mottled necktie features a white lyre flanked by leaves as well as a pink squiggly reminiscent of a snake. Fashioned from silk and rayon blend by Damon and is in excellent vintage condition. 2x57inches (SKU# T28483)
Hermes introduced its ties in 1949, and this one dates from the 1950s! The underside to this textured black neckwear bears the Hermes Paris loop. No information is printed on the back flap. This authentic Hermes necktie has hallmarks typical of a tie made during the 1950's & 1960's, including no facing on the underside. It is a real gem for fans of this famous designer house! This rare tie is in excellent vintage condition. 2.5x54inches (SKU# T28524)
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!