Blog - Ed's Neckties
  • and Gothic Fashion

    Gothic fashion is a unique and expressive style that has been around for decades. It is marked by dark, mysterious, antiquated, homogenous, and often genderless features worn by members of the Goth subculture. The typical gothic fashion style includes dyed black exotic hairstyles, dark lipstick and dark clothing. Both male and female goths can wear dark eyeliner, dark nail polish and lipstick (often black) for a dramatic effect. Styles are often borrowed from the punk fashion (such as spiked wristbands and chokers) and can also draw influence from Victorians and Elizabethan fashion. If you’re interested in incorporating gothic elements into your wardrobe, be sure to check out for some high-quality necktie options.
  • Unveiling the Enigmatic Charm of Gothic Fashion: Skull Neckties from

    Within the hauntingly beautiful realm of Gothic fashion, there exists an alluring accessory that effortlessly captures the essence of this captivating subculture: the skull necktie. Adorned with intricate skull motifs, these neckties serve as a symbolic representation of mortality and the enigmatic aspects of life. When it comes to finding the perfect skull necktie to complete your Gothic ensemble, look no further than With their commitment to quality craftsmanship and an extensive collection of designs, they offer a gateway into the darkly elegant world of Gothic fashion.

    As you delicately knot the skull necktie around your neck, you become part of a centuries-old tradition rooted in self-expression and individuality. The skull motifs, with their eye-catching details and macabre charm, add an undeniable edge to any outfit. Whether you're attending a Gothic soirée, a concert, or simply seeking to infuse your everyday style with an air of mystery, these skull neckties from are the perfect accessory to showcase your love for the darker side of fashion.

    What sets apart is their unwavering dedication to creating pieces that embody the true spirit of Gothic fashion. Each necktie is carefully crafted, paying meticulous attention to the intricate skull designs that grace their surface. From subtle and understated to bold and ornate, their collection caters to a diverse range of tastes and preferences, ensuring that every Gothic enthusiast can find the perfect skull necktie to match their unique style.
  • The History of Neckties

    The necktie has a long and fascinating history, evolving from the cravat worn by European soldiers in the 17th century to the modern necktie we know today. For Ed, a successful businessman and necktie enthusiast, the necktie was not just an accessory, but a symbol of professionalism and style. His collection of unique neckties reflected his passion for fashion and his commitment to always looking his best. Despite the changing styles and trends, the necktie remains an enduring symbol of professionalism and style.
  • Dwight Birdwell wears Ed's Neckties' 'Native American Style Necktie' while being awarded The Medal of Honor from Joe Biden

    "Dwight Birdwell's unwavering courage and dedication to his country during the Vietnam War earned him the Medal of Honor, the highest military honor that can be bestowed upon a member of the U.S. Armed Forces. As a token of appreciation, Birdwell was given a custom-made necktie to wear to the ceremony. The tie was designed by Ed's Neckties, a family business that specialized in creating ties with a distinctive Southwestern style. The tie featured a bold geometric pattern in shades of orange, blue, and black, with an intricate design of interlocking triangles and diamond shapes. It was a fitting tribute to Birdwell's bravery and reflected the rugged, adventurous spirit of the Southwest, as well as the boldness and bravery of American soldiers who fought in Vietnam."
  • Voice actor for Miguel of the movie "Coco", Anthony Gonzalez, wears our necktie to the red carpet

    The sugar skull necktie worn by Anothony Gonzalez on the red carpet for the premiere of "Coco" was a stunning accessory that caught the attention of many. Designed by "Ed's Neckties", the tie featured light-blue sugar skulls on a navy-blue background, creating a bold and eye-catching design that perfectly complemented the movie's themes of Mexican culture and tradition. The tie was not only a fashion statement, but also a celebration of beauty and richness of Mexican culture, and a tribute to the power of creativity and innovation in contemporary fashion design.

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