The Ascot-tie, also known as a scarf or ascot tie, is the forerunner of today's long tie. The popularity of this very broad tie began in Victorian England had it's heyday around the turn of the century.
It was worn by the upper/middle class and "dandys" with a coat or frock coat. In 1920, the Ascot was replaced by more modern forms.
Our Ascot tie in green or brown consists of a double layered fabric with a floral pattern that is held together by a metal top button. A neck tie with Velcro makes complicated knots unnecessary.