Here’s Elijah in the jegman ties “Time Flies”. We’re eagerly awaiting their S/S ‘14 collection.
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Introducing our new high-fashion neckwear line, The Cirque Collection.
Browse the new items: http://www.tiesociety.com/cirque-collection
Round 2 was everything we expected and more. Kevin Ollie squeaked past Tony Bennet in a matchup that was much closer than we expected (no offense to Mr. Bennet, but Ollie is always on point).
Ollie and Ryan are the only two coaches in the Suit Sixteen that are also still live in the NCAA tourney. Let’s see if style points translate to points on the court.
Pitino blew past Martin, setting up a potential matchup in the finals between favorites Pitino and Ollie.
Round 3 voting is now live. Vote now to log your picks.
There were some eyesores in the first round of the Suit Sixteen, but you picked eight coaches with top-notch court-side style. As in any tournament, there were a few blowouts. 75% of you chose UVA’s Tony Bennet over Michigan State’s Tom Izzo. And Cuonzo Martin put a hurtin’ on John Beilein with 73% of the vote. And some matches came down to the wire. Fan favorite Kevin Ollie of UCONN squeaked by Fred Hoiberg of Iowa State 51% to 49%.
In Round 2, expect a tight competition between UCLA’s Steve Alford and Stanford’s Johnny Dawkins. The Pitino v. Martin matchup promises to come down to the wire as well.
Vote now in Round 2. It’s up to you to decide whose suit game is truly on point.
While most of America talks about great plays and big upsets, the Tie Society man notices the details of the best-dressed men on the court. Coaches don’t wear jerseys, but they sport a uniform all their own. Cast your vote for the best-dressed coach in the first round of the Suit Sixteen.
Have a Happy (and Safe) St. Patrick’s Day, Gents.
Willing to share your green with us? It’ll earn you an exclusive discount…
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Announcing the beta launch of Tie Society Japan.
We couldn’t be more excited about this new stage of Tie Society, and can’t wait to see what Japan will bring!
Check out @tiesocietyjapan at http://www.tiesociety.jp/
The Field Trade’s Interview with our CoFounder, Jake Kuczeruk. He’s sharing the secrets behind our success.