Storing your massive Bond tie collection?

JTMJTM Posts: 2,962MI6 Agent
I’m sure a lot of you are like me and have an ever growing collection of Bond related ties from Tom Ford, T&A, BC, budget alternatives etc etc etc. A large collection is a bit annoying though as I have them stored folded in around ten tie boxes, with four to a box, and when I need to find a particular one I can never remember which box it’s in so have to go through them all.

So my question—is there a better way to store ties? How does everyone store theirs? Is the best way folded (like they are in a tie box), hung, rolled??

Comments

  • Asp9mmAsp9mm Over the Hills and Far Away.Posts: 6,711MI6 Agent
    Mine are draped over several trouser hangers. While my knitted ties are rolled in drawers. I must have over 200 so storing them all in boxes or drawers isn’t practical.
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  • JTMJTM Posts: 2,962MI6 Agent
    Asp9mm wrote:
    Mine are draped over several trouser hangers. While my knitted ties are rolled in drawers. I must have over 200 so storing them all in boxes or drawers isn’t practical.

    Now that’s a big collection! Yeah it seems like hanging them is the way to go.
  • UNCLE27UNCLE27 EnglandPosts: 1,093MI6 Agent
    I store my modest collection in one of Magnoli’s cool tie boxes.

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  • urhashurhash USPosts: 923MI6 Agent
    UNCLE27 wrote:
    I store my modest collection in one of Magnoli’s cool tie boxes.

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    I like that orange tie... where is that from?
  • UNCLE27UNCLE27 EnglandPosts: 1,093MI6 Agent
    urhash wrote:
    UNCLE27 wrote:
    I store my modest collection in one of Magnoli’s cool tie boxes.

    8-DD7-AB23-5-F64-413-A-A62-B-572345-D63229.jpg

    I like that orange tie... where is that from?

    That’s from Tom Ford.
  • dandyliondandylion Posts: 4MI6 Agent

    You could get a tie rail built in to the inside dpor of your warddrop which allows for draping whilst not getting in the way

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