What does the label "Cucita a mano" mean?
"Cucita a mano" in Italian means "hand sewn". Wherever you see that label it means you'll be handling a tie which has been sewn by hand in Italy, by our Italian 'sarte' (tailors).
What do you mean with "superskinny"?
By the name "superskinny" we call all ties which are 4cm wide or less. The slim, sharp, modern design that underlies these ties results in very stylish looks which are a perfect fit for the most cutting-edge outfits.
What's the difference between skinny and slim?
On our store we call skinny (or superskinny or superslim) every tie that is slimmer than 3 cm. Whereas a slim tie is one that is between 4 and 6 cm.
What's the right knot for a skinny tie?
With a skinny or slim tie you should always use small knots, such as the Small Knot or the Four in Hand Knot.
For a guide to knots click here.
How should I match my shirt with my tie?
Basically, at O-Blio, we have only one rule: there are no rules.
But you might want to break the rules consciously, so that it's plain to see that it's all about your personality.
This is why we dropped down a couple of lines in our blog, please click here to read them.
What's the difference between women's ties and standard ones?
We started from our standard skinny designs, which are 160cm long, and made them shorter (approx. 140cm). That simple.