Paul Smith Navy Square Pattern Silk Necktie PS-TIES-56.
A sleek, silk tie, perfect for the holidays. This deal of the day is $14.99 (89% off the $135 retail price). Sale ends at midnight tonight (EST). December 17, 2009.
One thing I love about this time of year is the Charlie Brown Christmas Special. That poor kid Charlie Brown can’t get ahead. He never hits the football, everyone hates the ugly Christmas tree he picked out, and he suffers from perpetual childhood baldness. Never a good start. But there’s one sure way for Charlie Brown to get ahead: ditch the #2 Pencil T-shirt for a slick shirt and tie. Particularly today’s daily deal, the Paul Smith Navy Turquoise Silk Necktie. Why? Because the adage “clothes make the man” has never been more true. In a shirt and tie, Charlie Brown would have the good looks and confidence to get a job and move out of his trumpet-language parents’ house. He’d have the confidence to ask the little red-haired girl out on a date. He’d have the confidence to take that football and shove it down Sally’s throat. And he’d have the confidence to pick out an awesome Christmas tree, invite tons of celebrity friends that he met through work (like Calvin, the Fox Family, Beetle Baily, Dilbert. But not Ziggy. He’s a huge downer) while all his so-called friends watch from the outside with envy. That’s the life, Charlie Brown. And this deal of the day goodlooks and confidence can be yours on JomaDeals for only $14.99. That’s an incredible price on a name brand silk tie. So what are you waiting for Charlie Brown? Get started on your next TV show special: “You Look Like a Young Bruce Willis, Charlie Brown.”
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Navy tie with turquoise square pattern.
Pink rose pattern silk lining.
Necktie measures 57" long and 3 3/4" at widest point.
Paul Smith Navy with Turquoise Square Pattern Silk Necktie 56
Within 20 years of his introduction to fashion Paul Smith had established himself as the pre-eminent British designer. Paul Smith has the ability to anticipate, and even spark off trends not only fashion but in the wider context of popular culture. He manages to transmit a genuine sense of humour and mischief mixed with his love of tradition and the classics. Designed in Nottingham and London, the Paul Smith collections are primarily produced in England and Italy while the fabrics used are mainly of Italian, French and British origin.