Don’t forget that this Sunday is Father’s Day. If you are still looking for a gift to give your dad, why not go with a tried and true, traditional gift: a necktie!
Al Parker fiction illustration for Girl With A Briefcase by Ruth Lyons for Good Housekeeping, September 1956.
Solid colors provide nice accents of color…
T.D. Skidmore fiction illustration for A Diamond Setting by Octavus Roy Cohen from American Weekly, January 1932.
Diagonal stripes are also very classy…
Illustration of unidentified man by Robert Weaver, undated.
Small polka-dotted patterns are also fashionable…
Illustration of unidentified man by Jack Unruh, undated.
For those wanting more color, there’s always multi-colored checkered…
llustration of unidentified man by Robert Andrew Parker, undated.
Just remember, the color and pattern of the tie should coordinate with the shirt and jacket.
Old Gold Cigarette advertisement by Robert O. Reid, Colliers, November 15, 1941.
Best of luck to you in your tie selecting. Happy Father’s Day!
The T.D. Skidmore and Robert O. Reid illustrations are from the Charles Craver Collection. The remaining images are from the Al Parker Collection, the Robert Andrew Parker Collection, the Jack Unruh Collection, and the Robert Weaver Collection.