This city's full of places to get a regular old tie, whether you get yours off the rack, or by not understanding the NFL's overtime rules, Andy. Helping you score neckwear that’s more of a win: Babes in Tieland
Probably the best thing to come from a fever dream since Jimmy Fallon pretended he liked the Red Sox, BIT was conceptualized after a tie-collecting dude blearily sat through a Babes In Toyland screening with his gf while both were ill, and now offers a healthy (ha!) selection of vintage ties and other men's accessories. A sampling
Vintage: Kicking the collection off are a vast collection of throwback patterns, a whole slew of which come from iconic square-edged '50s brand Rooster, including some loud florals and sweet pastels, plus timeless designs like a maroon job emblazoned with an anchor, and an assuredly itchy gray acrylic Sears jawn with red stripes. Hooray tie!
Novelty: You better believe there're '90s-mall-invading Ralph Marlins here (retro starburst! gigantic pig!), but the bulk lean toward hobbies and jobs, from a leaping trout if you want people to think you're an avid fisherman, to a SEPTA logo'd number if you want people to think you work there. Just kidding, no one works at SEPTA
If your employers are such losers they don't even have a tie policy, BIT's also venturing into the vintage shirt arena with some sweet bygone flannels and plaids, harkening back to the days when Andy Reid was punting, passing, and kicking...and still 6'6" and 300 pounds.