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The name of this new print from The Hill-Side? Winter Aloha. Which is pretty freaking brilliant. —erica

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Tied and True: 22 Under-the-Radar Lines for Some Stellar, Standout Neckwear

Not sure if you’ve noticed—ok, you’ve definitely noticed—but it’s wedding season. And since we’ve dedicated some pixels to unearthing dresses for brides and their bridesmaids, we thought it was about time to serve up something for the dudes. If you’re in the market for a fly tie (or a half dozen of ‘em for all those groomsmen) from a cool-as-hell designer, let this be your guide. —erica

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Clockwise from top left: Good Heavens, Manliness Treatment, Jared Zachary Freedom From Doubt.

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Left to right: Ernest Alexander, Baron Wells, Glendon Lambert.

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Clockwise from top left: Pino, Sovereign Beck, General Knot & Co.image

Apolis.

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Clockwise from top left: C. Chauchat, Brooklyn Tailors, Fischer, Kai D., The Hill-Side.

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Clockwise from top left: Alexander Olch, Fahlgren Ties, Forage, Harding & Wilson.imageLeft to right: Fox & Brie, The Knottery, Arthur.

In wedding-planning mode? Dive into all our posts on the subject.

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Manliness Project, you’re really killing it on the color-blocking AND the packaging. —erica

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In Character: Krusty the Clown

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How do you make an angry, substance-abusing clown seem at least 7% more kid-friendly? Bright, crazy clothes. Here’s how Krusty (or, if you’d rather, Herschel Shmoikel Pinchas Yerucham Krustofsky) half-heartedly sells his persona. —erica

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A YMC shirt just business-like enough to keep Sideshow Bob Mel in line. 

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A blue bowtie, made by Forage, not the Krusty Korporation.

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Cheap Monday pants—as green as the hundred dollar bills he uses to light his cigarettes.

Get all the “In Character” action you can handle here.

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This Delfina Delettrez bowtie necklace is, like most her of her designs, quirky and a touch weird—in the best possible way. —claire

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