Top Ten Ties For Marine Aquarists

Joe RowlettBy Joe Rowlett 2 years ago
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The holiday season is here, and if you’re still tracking down that perfect gift for the gentlemanly aquarist in your life, you’re in luck. I’ve scoured the internets to find the very best in aquatic-themed neckware. With one of these dapper ties, they’ll be dressed to impress. This is the perfect accessory for any aquarium event. Wear it while scrubbing algae. Wear it while ordering fish online. Wear it while attending MACNA 2017 and you’ll be sure to turn heads with your fishy fashion bravado. 

There are quite a few excellent options for syngnathid apparel. This coloful, understated affair is my favorite. Available at Summerties

There are quite a few excellent options for syngnathid apparel. This coloful, understated affair is my favorite. Available at Summerties for $30.

 
This classy number doesn't take itself too seriously. Available from ebay.

This classy number doesn’t take itself too seriously. Available at ebay for just $8.50.

 
Fish bowls full of fantastical marinelife. Who comes up with this stuff?! Available at ebay for $12.95

Fish bowls full of fantastical marinelife. Who comes up with this stuff?! Available at ebay for $12.95

 
This fancy tie is beautifully gilded in golden Hippocampus. Available at etsy for $49.50

This fancy tie is beautifully gilded in golden Hippocampus. Available at etsy for $49.50

 
Corals and crabs on a coral tie. Available at vineyard vines for $85.00

Corals and crabs on a coral tie. Available at vineyard vines for $85.00

 
There's something about the seahorse that lends itself to men's fashion. Available at Neckties In Stock for $26.95

There’s something about the seahorse that lends itself to men’s fashion. Available at Neckties In Stock for $26.95

 
The Nature Conservancy shows it's at the cutting edge of fashion with this abstract angelfish pattern. Available at ebay for $17.99.

The Nature Conservancy shows it’s at the cutting edge of fashion with this abstract angelfish pattern. Available at ebay for $17.99.

 
Très chic. Available at ebay for $7.98

Très chic. Available at ebay for $7.98

 
For the well-heeled aquarist, how about this vintage tie from Hermès? Available at ebay for $128.95

For the well-heeled aquarist, how about this vintage tie from Hermès? Available at ebay for $128.95

 
This pink sea star tie might be subtle eough to wear into the boardroom. Available at vineyard vines for $85.00.

This pink sea star tie might be subtle enough to wear into the boardroom. Available at vineyard vines for $85.00.

 There were simply too many amazing ties to stop at ten, so here are five more… 
Sea nettles. Available at etsy for $35.00.

Sea nettles. Available at etsy for $35.00.

 
This one has several aquarium favorites. Clownfish. Clown Triggerfish. Regal Angelfish. Available at Amazon for $9.95.

This one has several aquarium favorites. Clownfish. Clown Triggerfish. Regal Angelfish. Available at Amazon for $9.95.

 
I've yet to see a seahorse tie that didn't look great. Available at etsy for $24.00.

I’ve yet to see a seahorse tie that didn’t look great. Available at etsy for $24.00.

 
An epic reef tie. Be sure to wear this one on the red carpet at MACNA. Available at Amazon for $12.49.

An epic reef tie. Be sure to wear this one on the red carpet at MACNA. Available at Amazon for $12.49.

 
This tie is everything. Seahorse... being ridden by jockeys... from Hermès. Available at ebay for $129.95.

This tie is everything. Seahorses… being ridden by jockeys… from Hermès. Available at ebay for $129.95.

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 Joe Rowlett

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Joe is classically trained in the zoological arts and sciences, with a particular focus on the esoterica of invertebrate taxonomy and evolution. He’s written for several aquarium publications and for many years lorded over the marinelife at Chicago’s venerable Old Town Aquarium. He currently studies prairie insect ecology at the Field Museum of Natural History and fish phylogenetics at the University of Chicago.

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