Men's Regimental Stripe Tie
If you're like us, you love to wear these very traditional patterns, many dating back for centuries. (It just so happens that staying power is also a favorite virtue of ours.) Another thing we insist on: always cutting the fabric exactly at a 45-degree bias. It's this precise angle that allows the finished tie to lie flat and resist turning over to one side — a defect called "corkscrewing."