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Product description

Packing: 6 Pieces assorted ties as shown you will get. Also there is a white pocket square you will get as a free gift, the size is 22 x 22cm. It can match all your ties. Each item packed with a clean OPP bag, then wrap with zip lock bag.


Material: 100% Polyester. 1200 needles woven jacquard, can match the quality of silk


Size: The 3.15" width and 57" length of this tie are the perfect Classic tie dimensions for every look. Not too short, not too long.


Colors: Total 240 Different Colors in our store for you to pick, Can match all your dress up. Main colors are Red Blue Pink Navy Burgundy Gold Yellow Green Rose White and so on

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Patterns: All patterns can be get from us, such as Large paisley, floral paisley, polka dots, skinny and wide striped, plaids amp; checks, solid plain, Geometric, Letters, Patchwork. cowboy ,you can choose your favorite ones.


Unique: you can find our ties from others, It is our unique designs, from our factory.every tie you wear will ensure you a great appearance. And our ties are great gift for your boss, husband, father, friend, can be as birthday gift, Christmas, New Year gift, festival gift and so on


Everyday made better: we listen to customer feedback and fine-tune every detail to ensure quality, fit, and comfortIf there is any problem when you get the tie, please let me know, we will provide 100% Customer satisfaction.


GOADAFOO 6 Packs New Men Ties 3.15 Floral Paisley Wedding Neck T

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