Recent Examples of necktie from the Web
On May 7, an inmate grabbed Mitchell’s necktie and attempted to attack him through the bars on a cell.
Meanwhile, in the Lima exhibition hall, the casual-as-can-be LA delegation wore sneakers to the presentation, and was going to forego neckties, too, before thinking better of it.
Which must be music to the ears of Rachel Belemjian, 39, a homemaker from Severn who plans to show up dressed as a student from Hogwarts’ Hufflepuff house, complete with black robe and gold necktie.
Hillary Clinton was endlessly nitpicked in the press for her sensible pantsuits, while her male counterparts’ sartorial choices were limited to the selection of a red or blue necktie.
Dressed sharply in a dark suit and cerulean necktie, longtime political consultant Paul Manafort was led into a second-floor courtroom in a federal district court building two blocks from the Capitol on Monday afternoon.
Founder Bijan Pakzad died in 2011, and his son Nicolas has been reinventing the brand for a younger generation, still selling luxe suits and $950 neckties.
Videos demonstrate the donning of hijabs and saris, and the making of the Panama hat and the sevenfold necktie.
Meanwhile, in the Lima exhibition hall, the California-cool LA delegation wore sneakers to the presentation, and was going to forego neckties, too, before thinking better of it.
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