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Dunhill Dark Blue Necktie DHDUA081

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$130.00 (100%)
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A sleek, powerful blue necktie from Dunhill. This deal of the day is $35.99 (72% off the $130 retail price). Sale ends at midnight tonight (EST).

Do you know the history of the tie? Why do we wear a long, thin piece of intricately designed fabric instead of, say walking around with our chest hair out like we’re in a 1980s hair band, or with necklace of the scalps of our enemies (although I’m pretty sure we had a temp once who wore one…very creepy)? Well, thanks to the all-reliable and easily accessible Wikipedia, I found out. I’ll give you the short version, since I know you’re in a hurry (the fact that you’re even reading this at all amazes me). It started with the time of the Thirty Years War in the mid 1600s when Croatian mercenaries wore small, knotted neckerchiefs called cravats, which caught the eye of the Parisians (of course, Parisians, those snobs). It started a fashion craze in Europe, and suddenly everyone, even women, was wearing them. The Cravat became more and more popular until it eventually led to the formation of stocks, scarves, and bandannas. Then, when the industrial Revolution hit, men needed neckwear that was easy to put on, comfortable, and would last an entire workday. The modern necktie, as is still worn by millions of men today, was born. It was long, thin and easy to knot and it didn’t come undone. And that’s basically the history of the knot in a nutshell, written by a collection of unmoderated web writers and filtered by another unmoderated web writer (me). So take it for what it’s worth. But one thing is for sure. A good tie is meant for gentlemen, Lords, soldiers, and the fashion elite. And today’s Daily Deal, the Dunhill Dark Blue necktie, will bring out the gentleman in anyone (yes, even you, you poor slob). does not ship outside the USA and its territories. Shoppers from outside the USA may place orders for delivery within the United States. Product ships 3-7 business days after order.
Products specifications
Manufacturer Item DHDUA081
Brand Dunhill

Alfred Dunhill, Ltd. is a British-based company, specializing in men's luxury leather goods, writing implements, lighters, timepieces, fragrances and clothing. The business was developed by Alfred Dunhill after he inherited his father's saddlery business on London's Euston Road. Alfred Dunhill, responding to the growing demand for automobiles, developed a line of accessories called "Dunhill's Motorities". This first collection included car horns and lamps, leather overcoats, goggles, picnic sets and timepieces. Alfred Dunhill pitched the company under the slogan “Everything But The Motor”.

Dunhill has also occasionally provided various accessories for the cinematic James Bond throughout the series. The association first in 1962 began when the production team requested a gunmetal cigarette lighter for Sean Connery's introduction in Dr. No.

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