Eric Glennie’s inline or ‘congruent’ striped neckties are designed such that when the tie is tied, the stripes run in the same direction on both knot and blade.
This is completely different from traditional striped neckties, which, when worn, have a knot with stripes that run in the opposite direction from the stripes on the blade of the tie.
It’s my hope that inline neckties will become a paradigm shift for the future of neckwear and breathe life into a new generation of detail-focused neckties.
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