Dan, meanwhile, upstairs in his room with Champe, was busily sorting his collection of neckwear.
"The Battle Ground" by Ellen Glasgow
As an operative on neckwear, and afterward on belts, she was thrown out of work by the trade seasons.
"Making Both Ends Meet" by Sue Ainslie Clark and Edith Wyatt
In fact, he was at that moment leisurely tying his white neckwear in his bed-chamber at Villa Cardross.
"The Firing Line" by Robert W. Chambers
They had loosened their coats, revealing coquettish neckwear.
"The Debtor" by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Jewelry and pretty bits of useless neckwear, and gauzy handkerchiefs.
"Joyce of the North Woods" by Harriet T. Comstock
Neckwear, constriction from tight, 16.
"How to Live" by Irving Fisher and Eugene Fisk
Veils and neckwear three aisles over.
"Christmas" by Zona Gale
He hadn't noticed his father's taste in neckwear.
"A Son of the City" by Herman Gastrell Seely
I been one too many ever since May Scully came into five hundred dollars' inheritance and quit the Ladies' Neckwear.
"Americans All" by Various
Made-up neckwear of any kind is not worn by well-groomed men.
"The Complete Bachelor" by Walter Germain
As it is, my own salary barely serves to keep me in neckwear.
"The Third Degree" by Charles Klein and Arthur Hornblow
Shirts, Neckwear and Underwear.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science February 1930" by Various
It was certainly an outstanding piece of neckwear.
"The Foreign Hand Tie" by Gordon Randall Garrett
You can work up with them; besides, I like the ready-to-wear business better than boys' pants and neckwear.
"Just Around the Corner" by Fannie Hurst
Its extravagant advent among the discreet neckwear of the Upper Fifth caused a sensation.
"Sinister Street, vol. 1" by Compton Mackenzie
And, proportionately, I have spent more of the money on my boots, gloves, and neckwear than on the other part of my turn-out.
"Miss Million's Maid" by Bertha Ruck
The man, a sergeant out of service, was clerk in some office, and the woman sewed neckwear for a living.
"The Song of Songs" by Hermann Sudermann
The neckwear was a bind of lawn, with a long fall finished with lace.
"Dress design" by Talbot Hughes
Many were not much more than boys, and these affected brilliant, if somewhat dirty, neckwear.
"Mr. Claghorn's Daughter" by Hilary Trent
Every thing in them is pell-mell, and the dresses not folded straight, and the neckwear and such like, topsy-turvy.
"A Reconstructed Marriage" by Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
Rooftop-sleeping "French journalist" Hugues Akassy is sporting some dashing fashion neckwear while awaiting a jury's verdict on his five-woman alleged spree of sex and harassment attacks -- a white ascot fashioned out of a Rikers bedsheet.
It wasn't too long ago that ties were an oft-neglected afterthought in the American sartorial psyche, but no more: Options for quality handmade neckwear abound, especially from online specialty shops.
Not-so-natty neckwear raises judge's hackles .
Not-so- natty neckwear raises judge's hackles.
Behind the Sudden Disappearance of Paul Ryan's Colorful Neckwear .
Perry Ellis International has partnered with Bespoke Fashion to create several lines of men's neckwear for the Perry Ellis, Original Penguin, John Henry and Axist brands.
Not-so-natty neckwear raises judge's hackles.
Plus, a coat for many climates, the next neckwear to have.
Bob Allsbrook, chief economist for Regions Bank, in Birmingham, Ala. Looks for wisdom in neckwear--specifically, pink ties.
Men's fashion hasn't seen drastic changes over the past 200 years, but gone are the days when movies introduced men to elegant dinner jackets, stylish sport coats, and raffish neckwear.
Actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita launch neckwear line called Tie the Knot .
This literary-inspired piece of neckwear kicks all those other clip-ons to the curb.
Behind the Sudden Disappearance of Paul Ryan's Colorful Neckwear.
Actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita launch neckwear line called Tie the Knot.
Barack Obama Dabbles in Risky Neckwear, Tim Geithner Goes All Out.