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Where to Buy a Man a Tie

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Let's face it: At some point this holiday season, you're probably going wind up buying a necktie for one of the men in your life. Ties aren't the most original gift, but they're ubiquitous for a reason—they fit everyone, they're useful, and they're just expressive enough to let you get a little creative in your selection. Below, we've rounded up eleven stores for the well-informed neckwear customer, ranging from elegant shops like Brunello Cucinelli (who also has a sample sale happening right now) to unbelievably affordable vintage outposts like Stella Dallas. The latter sells vintage ties for 99 cents, so you won't go broke no matter how many brothers you have.—Map compiled by Yale Breslin

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Jack Spade

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Century 21

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Hickoree's Hard Goods

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Brooks Brothers

Behaviour New York

Steven Alan

Jack Spade

Brunello Cucinelli

Billy Reid

RRL

Odin

Century 21

Hickoree's Hard Goods

Stella Dallas