Ben Sherman Neckwear & more

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About Ben Sherman Neckwear

Though you might never have heard of Arthur Benjamin Sugarman, you surely recognize Ben Sherman: the name of Sugarman’s iconic mostly-menswear label. Based in the southern seaside city of Brighton, England, Sugarman launched his clothing company in 1963 — the moment when fashion and music converged, and the rocker style was born — with a collection of button-down shirts that quickly caught on with stylish young gents across the UK. Ever since, Ben Sherman has served as the go-to source for well-dressed Anglophiles, post-modern mods, and in-the-know music buffs in Britain and beyond. To supplement its line of slim-fitting jeans, jackets, suits, and other men’s essentials, Ben Sherman offers a diverse line of neckties and accessories — including skinny ties, bow ties, boardroom-appropriate polka-dotted and striped versions, and tie clips. Neckwear is just one facet of Ben Sherman’s exhaustive accessories collection, which also features shoes and boots, hats, and bags.

Past Sales Featuring Ben Sherman Neckwear & more

Sale Ended August 27, 2015

Complete the Look: Dress Shirts & Ties

Power pairings by Calvin Klein Collection, Hugo Boss, and more

Sale Ended September 30, 2014

Novelty Cufflinks & Tie Bars

Quirky-cool accessories to make your suit a little less sober.

Sale Ended December 19, 2014

201 Last-Minute Gifts

Essential accessories for stylish guys, featuring top brands like Ghurka, Hermes, and Bally.

Sale Ended June 27, 2014

Summer Wedding Style

Headed to a wedding this summer? Enjoy it — and remember: it's not about the guests, it's about the couple standing up front, so skip the statement-making getup and respect the occasion with a sharp look. We’ve pulled together the pieces you need to do just that, including smart summer suits, dress shirts, and more from big brands like Calvin Klein and Armani — plus a few cool accessories to add just enough life to your look. Speaking of livening things up, try to be on your best behavior during the ceremony. Once the reception gets going, well, that's another story.