$265,
by Frank Clegg

Leather
Tie Case

Neckties are a Father's Day gifting trope, and for good reason—every man should have a respectable assortment to choose from. However, if Dad's taste in ties is more akin to Brioni and Drake's, he probably has a pretty discerning eye. When your ties cost as much as a quality shirt, it's worth getting some protection for them. Frank Clegg designed this vegetable-tanned leather Gentleman's Tie Case with frequent travelers and prim-and-proper businessmen in mind. Lined with Sunbrella fabric and finished with details like RiRi zippers and solid brass hardware, it's a natural companion for the dapper dopp kit most jet setters already own. With enough space to keep two to three ties wrinkle-free, this is the kind of luxury gift that Dad may not want to splurge on himself, but would definitely appreciate coming from you. The site is offering a free upgrade to priority shipping, but you'd better move fast.

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Styling Tip

Never untying a tie (or squishing it in a suitcase) can cause permanent wrinkles. Andy Tarshis of Tiecrafters provides some tips on how to extend the life of your neckwear.