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Oxford Diagonal Stripe Tie


The Oxford Diagonal Stripe Tie design is a classic and refined striped pattern that takes its name from the world-renowned city of Oxford, located in the south of England. This striped necktie holds a set of seven stripes but shows as a cluster of eleven stripes on top of the chosen base colour. Oxford is famous for its prestigious university, which has produced many influential figures throughout history. The Oxford necktie design is often associated with the intellectual and academic atmosphere of the city, and it is a popular choice for both students and professionals alike. The necktie design typically features diagonal stripes of varying widths and colours. The stripes in the cluster themselves are usually quite thin, often only a few millimetres wide, and can be customised to any colour.

Overall, the Oxford necktie design is a classic and refined pattern that can add some intellectual and sophisticated flair to any outfit. Its group of stripes makes it a popular choice for clubs to customise their own brand colours. You can find the perfect Oxford Diagonal Stripe Tie for your needs on our website.

TieCreators is very proud to make ties for many clubs at the University of Oxford, including St. John’s College, St. Edward’s School, Oxford Brookes Hockey Club, O.B.U.H.C.

Additional information

Step 1: Fabric

Micro Polyester, Silk

Step 2: Size

Adult, Youth, Child

Step 3: Fastening

Classic, Clip On, Velcro

Step 4: Length

Long 23", Short 16", Short 19", Short 50", Standard 18.5", Standard 21", Standard 53", Short 56", Standard 12", Standard 42", Standard 59", Long 62"

Step 5: Width

2.5" (Standard), 3.25" (Broad), 3" (Standard), 2.4" (Super Slim), 3" (Slim), 3.25" (Standard), 3.5" (Broad), 3.75" (Extra Broad)


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