1809 Reisterstown Road, Suite 139
Baltimore, MD 21208
J.S. Edwards has been listed as one of the top 100 Men’s Stores in the country by Esquire Magazine, and comes highly recommended by both The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Magazine. It is a men’s dress store which specializes in high-class dress clothes for business, formal wear and the like. So, of course, it has some of the best selection in neckties one would hope to find in a store. These are not just high-class ties, they are unique brands which one would be hard-pressed to find in any other store. Furthermore, the staff of J.S. Edwards is exceptional at helping you pick out the style which best suits you needs and matches your outfit.
1021 W. 36th St.
Baltimore, MD 21211
Sixteen Tons is a truly unique locale with a rugged interior that features vintage clothing which tries to capture a timeless look stretching back through the decades, without having lost its appeal in the modern era. A necktie is a timeless item all by itself, so don’t feel afraid to stop in, even if you aren’t a hipster or a person in love with classic style — however, if you are either of those things, you might find something out of your favorite classic film to class up your outfit. And make certain to collar the owner while you’re in. He is more than knowledgeable about styles and looks, so he’ll be able to get you the appearance you’ve been longing for.
6711 Ritchie Highway
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
Are you a fan of Maryland sports? Good, because that’s what Poor Boys is almost exclusively about. The product of a literally “poor boy,” this sports merchandise store — now serving three locations — was built from the ground up by a Baltimore resident who started it as a produce stand. As far as neck ties go, Poor Boys has a number of neckties themed after Maryland sports teams, however, these are not cheap novelty ties; they are high-quality silk ties that look good with any outfit. So if you want to look good and support your favorite team, consider popping into Poor Boys and grabbing one of the fine products it stocks.
86 Villiage Square
Baltimore, MD 21210
Kenneth Himmelstein, owner of Samuel Parker Clothier, founded the establishment after many long years in the fashion and men’swear business. One of his primary reasons for opening the shop was his observation that there was a tremendous lack of fine men’s clothing available for residents of the Baltimore area. With an eye for fine clothing and many long years in the business, Ken brings in some of the finest styles from all over the world. He is especially proud of the fine English Heritage Brands, including handmade neckwear by Drakes London and Seaward & Stearn. It’s safe to say that there are few places in Baltimore that can compete with Samuel Parker for quality in neckties.
9924 Reisterstown Road
Owings Mills, MD 21117
If you’re a fan of Baltimore sports or traditional items, the Baltimore Sports Store might just be the perfect place to do your necktie shopping. Featuring items related to all kinds of Baltimore sports and themes, including things like Maryland flags and the Maryland Terps, you can show your true Maryland pride while still dressing to impress. And not to worry, the ties are tasteful and dressy, not tacky novelties.