"This is my second tie bought from the Elizabetta Boutique in just a couple of months. The tie is just perfect in any way. Since I’m 6 foot 5 I have always struggled to find a tie that fit me. And these long ties from Elizabetta is just what I have been looking for. The quality is amazing and the customer service is awesome. I would definitely get more of these ties from Elizabetta. A store I highly recommend." TJ from Norway
Made with high-end silk, wool and cotton along the shores of Lake Como in the north of Italy. Each extra long tie is designed by Elizabetta and proportioned just right for the length.
The Elizabetta collection of extra long ties
Who should wear an extra long tie? Most men over 188cm should wear an extra long tie, as should most men with a neck size of 44cm or larger.
This allows the tie to fall in the correct place (in the middle of your belt) while giving enough width at the neck for making a perfect knot.
Each of our extra long ties is approximately 159-160cm long. Every tie is cut and sewn by hand, and each fabric pulls in a slightly different way which is why each tie may be slightly different from the next.
We make these with the blade a bit wider than a standard length tie so that it is well proportioned.
All of our ties are made with a pure wool interlining which helps the necktie hold its shape and gives it the proper body for tying a beautiful knot. Less expensive interlinings just don't hold up as well and have a tendency to slip. Some manufacturers skip the interlining altogether, resulting in a subpar necktie.
We cut the fabric on the true bias (45-degree angle). This ensures that the tie lays flat when worn and stays generally wrinkle-free. This consumes more fabric in the construction of the tie, so it is more expensive to make, but this way the tie lies flat and does not roll.
Our XL ties, like all of our ties, are made of 100% Italian fabrics in Como Italy. The fabrics are dyed with non-toxic dyes in small to medium-sized printing mills that use up to date eco-practices like using solar power and filtering and reusing the water used in the process.
Handmade from start to finish, in ethically run workshops.