Here at Frederick Thomas, we’re incredibly proud of our range of ties, bags and accessories. We choose or design every piece by hand, so you can be sure that when you buy from Frederick Thomas, you’re buying the very best.However, we also know that there are some occasions where an off-the-shelf Frederick Thomas tie isn’t going to cut it.In those cases, there is only one solution: a custom made tie.
What are custom made ties?
A custom made tie is pretty much exactly what it says on the tin: a tie that we have custom-made according to your exact specifications.We can produce customised ties in any colour, size, pattern or material with embroidered club badges or designs.
Why would I need custom made ties?
One of the most common reasons our customers buy custom made ties is for sports clubs and schools. Across the country, schools, rugby clubs, football clubs and cricket clubs are wearing Frederick Thomas custom-made ties around their necks.However, the other reason we make custom made ties is a little more exciting: we make custom-made ties for wedding parties.Imagine this: you’re getting married, you and the groomsmen have all gone and got matching suits, but there’s something missing. Now, you know your bride-to-be has picked out a colour scheme, and you’ve been trying to incorporate your family crest (or football team’s crest) into the wedding in some way.Why not design a custom-made tie for you and your groomsmen that matches the wedding colours and – best of all – features your crest?Sound good?We’ve got your back.Give us a call – or drop us a message – to discuss what you’re looking for and we’ll get back to you with a quote. We can even send over a sample so you can get a feel for what you’re buying. (Although, as it’s an FT tie, you can rest assured that it’s top notch.)
PS, don’t want to stop at custom-made ties?
If a custom-made tie isn’t enough, then we can also produce handkerchiefs, pocket squares and other accessories to match your tie.Pretty much the only thing we can’t custom-make is your suit. You’ll need to see a tailor for that…