The Ultimate Burnt Orange Tie

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Are you in search of the perfect accessory to complete your formal attire? Do you want a tie that looks not only great but also feels luxurious to wear? Look no further than this burnt orange tie made in Italy from 100% silk using the prestigious grenadine weave.

This Burnt Orange Tie Has a Prestigious Weave

Aklasu Burnt Orange Tie Paired with Blue Suit

Our Grenadines are produced by near century-old traditional wooden looms in Como, Italy by one of the oldest mills in Italy. This artisanal technique produces an authentically beautiful three-dimensional textured weave. The intricate grenadine weave gives the tie a unique texture that adds depth and character to the fabric. This technique involves interlacing the warp and weft threads in a criss-cross pattern, creating a grid-like effect that is visually striking and tactilely satisfying. The beauty, coupled with its rich history and prestige, makes it sought after and rare to come by.

The Burnt Orange Tie's Colour Is Phenomenal

Aklasu Burnt Orange Tie Paired with Blue Suit

You're here because you have great taste. The burnt orange colour of this tie is rich, warm, and evocative, making it an ideal complement to a range of outfits. It's bold and confident yet still refined enough to wear with a navy, charcoal or light grey suit. So whether you're attending a wedding, a job interview, or a formal dinner party, this tie will make an impression and help you stand out from the crowd while still exuding class and sophistication.

Quality Matters

Looking good is one thing - but you want to feel good, and the best way is to be confident in the quality of your garments. For this tie, the quality begins with raw materials that serve as the foundation of your tie. This is why we use silk from Como, Italy, a beautiful city in northern Italy that is world-renowned for its fine silks and handcrafted goods. Our 100% Como Silk is a strong and durable natural fabric that is the best choice for neckwear. Silk is used for the shell of the tie.

The interlining helps give a tie its shape. We use wool because it is more wrinkle-resistant than cotton or synthetics used by other brands. It costs a little extra but it's worth it! You can trust that your tie will last a lifetime and your knots will be impeccable.

The Canister: A Safe Home for Your Tie

Burnt Orange Tie inside an Aklasu Canister

Using the Canister is the best way to store your tie.

You may not want to undo the perfect knot you tied this morning, but leaving the knot in a tie harms the silk fibres. Folding or hanging your tie leaves wrinkles and stress lines in the fabric. These stressors affect all types of material, especially silk.

Rolling your tie relaxes the creases and folds from the knot so your tie can return to its original shape. Put your tie away at the end of the day by rolling it up to avoid creating any permanent impressions that you definitely don't want. Place it in your Canister and put it away for another day.

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