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Puccini Designer Tie Review and Giveaway


Lets face it as much as we all would like to, you cannot spend your entire life in shorts and flip flops. There comes a time in every man's life where they will need a tie. Whether it is for a job interview or a wedding, heck sometimes it is just nice to see a man in a suit and tie ;). Recently I was asked to received a new line of designer ties from a  company call Bows-N-Ties.
I figured huh why not, their new designer tie line had no ties that were frightening. When the tie first came I noticed how well it was packaged. Nice and secure in a sturdy cardboard box and wrapped in a plastic sleeve. Now I did have a giggle with my husband because it was his least favorite of the ties in the line. Personally I love the bright green and white colors and the way they contrasted with each other. Obviously as a woman I have had very little experience with ties....you might say they just aren't my style.lol I did notice how thick it was, I know when looking at ties in the past I had not found one so thick and well sewn. My husband agreed it was one of the best ties he had ever worn. While I didn't get a picture of it on I did get a picture of the great quality :) if you are looking for a great tie at a low price make sure you head over to Bows-N-Ties to see what they can offer you! They make it easy to find the rights color and style to fit anyone young or old. If you are feeling lucky make sure to check out the Rafflecopter below for your chance to win a free tie.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.a Rafflecopter giveaway

Comments

LisaLisa said…
I love that tie, just right for my hubby. The color green is so pretty!
Melanie B said…
Nice tie!! My hubs doesn't wear ties though :(
Sue B said…
My son would like that tie
Angie said…
http://www.bows-n-ties.com/contemporary-striped-tie-dark-blues-and-blacks-p-17614.html
Kelly Williams said…
My husband would so wear that.

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