OTAA’s Gardens of Versailles Tie offers a regal accent to formal tailoring. In 1661, King Louis XIV ordered Andre Le Notre to design a garden for the Palace of Versailles. Under the king’s watchful eye, Andre imported trees from Spain, Italy and Portugal and ordered statues to be sculpted especially for the king. The final gardens included manicured lawns, parterres of flowers and magnificent fountains. This Gardens of Versailles Tie is inspired by Louis XIV’s extravagant tastes.
Adorned with a flourishing palette of pink, green, orange and white highlights; the Gardens of Versailles Tie offers an ebullient accent for formal attires. Crafted by hand and tailored from a plush cotton blend, this thin tie effortlessly marries quality with sophistication. The floral design features an array of elegant blooms that even Louis XIV would be envious of.