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Saturday, December 19, 2015

Merry Christmas From Jack Simpson Couture

Years ago around Christmas time you would get a whole bunch of Christmas cards and if you were lucky you would get a photo inside with an update. These days many of us are more likely to send these notes in the form of an email and I do love a good Christmas email.

The pictures below arrived from Jack Simpson. Jack had recently photographed our new 'Stafford' bow tie on some custom work he was doing. Jack is a tailor, not in the sense that  he sews with a needle and thread, but more that he creates custom and tailored clothing wardrobes for American men. He also designs silks each season which he turns into neck ties. They are very unique and I highly recommend them for our neck tie readers. Shop

However, there's only so much menswear that I can read about before I become a little de-sensitized to content, which was why I was so excited the other week when Jack started posting content about his other passion for vintage cars. He had photographed our bow tie with two other style influences in black and the car he posted was something I had never seen before. Yes, I had seen cars made in the 30's before, but none like these ones - they were perfection.

I would gladly type out the description, but I would prefer it to be in Jack's words. Jack knows vintage cars and I find that extra exciting, because I know nothing about them and I think I want to know more in 2016.

Merry Christmas Jack and thank you for bringing a new interest to my life.

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