Grenadine Garza grossa tie in slate blue color is a timeless classic and it always looks luxurious and sophisticated.
A Stefano Cau’s custom grenadine tie is easy to wear either with a business or a casual attire.
If you are looking for a smart outfit and style, then you might want to consider solid grenadine garza grossa tie in slate blue color.
The tricolour embroidered bar tack, which remake a small Italian flag, is the distinctive twist of all Stefano Cau ties.
What is a Grenadine Tie
The finest grenadine weavers are Italian. There are only two companies based in Como which produce Grenadine silk. Grenadine is a blend of yarns that combine to create a gauze. This involves the use of the leno technique and involves two warp yarns being twisted around the weft yarns to make a gauze. Wooden jacquard looms are used instead of modern industrial-grade ones for their finesse. These old machineries come from beginning of 20th century and it takes the mone hour to make one meter of grenadine. There are two varieties of gauze known as Garza Fina (Fine Gauze) or Garza Grossa (Large Gauze).
The difference between the two types is based around the amount of texture that you prefer in your ties. The Garza Grossa provides a greater level of texture. This makes them ideal for creating that smart yet less formal appearance. While the knot is slightly larger than those seen on Grenadine silk ties.
In contrast, the Garza Fina doesn’t have the same amount of texture. And it has an appearance that looks smoother. Therefore, they have a formal look to them, especially when they are made of silk as this creates a smaller knot.
However, due to the complex process of making Grenadine ties, it means that they are made with more attention to detail than standard ties.