Orley Italian Silk Neckwear

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While knits tend to go chunky (and admittedly, cheesy) during the holidays, Orley showcases a sleeker side to the season. A brand that has always drawn from an array of artistic influences, from “20th century art to the Canadian outdoors”, this shines through in their latest Italian Silk Neckwear Collection.

Not to be outdone by the festivities and fun this month, however, the ties are dressed in an array of standout designs, from Chevron, Florals, Houndstooth, and Mosaic. Each one square-edged, designed in New York, and made in Italy from from 100% Italian silk.

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