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June 17, 2013


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Randy Ashton and Jeremy Bull played lacrosse at Virginia’s Hampden-Sydney College in 2001. Years later, they former players teamed up again to start North Carolina-based Collared Greens in 2008.

Despite its play-on-words name, the company does not sell the popular Southern vegetable. But the company’s focus is “green” in its colorful menswear collection and company commitment to the environment.

The new organic cotton polo shirts ($75) are cut and sewn in South Carolina.

But popular year-round are the silk ties and bowties ($55 to $85) in inspired colors and patterns. The striped green and white ties are current favorites.The company also offers neckwear ($45 to $50) for boys.

The clever tie packaging – in a reusable container — makes a great gift for grads, groomsmen and modern dads.


In the Atlanta area, the Collared Greens line is available at various retailers, including Miller Brothers Ltd. ( and Huff Harrington Home (, both in Buckhead.

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