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> I don't' know the history of ties. If anyone does, chime in.
> I would be
> curious. I am glad women's business attire didn't/doesn't
> require them.
You didn't go through the era of the conservative suit, the silk blouse,
and the silk ruffly bow tie? I still have a hanger full of really
expensive women's silk ties---I can't bear to throw them away.
(I did find a use for a pretty green one this Christmas, though--it was
the perfect length to go twice around my dachshund's neck and tie in a
Christmas bow. Carrie Ann patiently wore it all evening at the family
nancykam -at- attbi -dot- com
who used to have five business suits--one for each day of the week
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