Hot Pink Hawaiian
Hot Pink Hawaiian
Hot Pink Hawaiian
Hot Pink Hawaiian
Hot Pink Hawaiian
Hot Pink Hawaiian
Hot Pink Hawaiian
Hot Pink Hawaiian
Hot Pink Hawaiian
Hot Pink Hawaiian
Hot Pink Hawaiian
Hot Pink Hawaiian

Hot Pink Hawaiian

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ALOHA! Stand out in this statement tie in a bright tropical floral print containing fuchsia and pale orange with a black and white stripe diagonal background. It's an unforgettable, eye-catching look for your bold guy.  Bonus: it pairs great with black and white for more versatility!

As the song goes, “every girl crazy ‘bout a sharp dressed man”.  And we couldn’t agree more.  Our ties finish his outfit with a pop of color, or tradition, or fun.  It sets the tone and lets a little him shine through.  With Dad and kid sizing, it’s easy to “tie” their looks together.  (See what we did there?). Each tie in this collection is sold separately.

Why You'll Love It:

#Standardtie

  • Our traditional style is 2 1/2" at the broadest bottom point, so it's a little narrower than our standard microfiber tie
  • Our cotton poplin material is durable, and the natural fiber is a feel good fabric
  • Each tie is handmade so you know the attention to detail and quality are there
  • Each tie is sold separately, not as a set

#Zippertie

  • A brilliant invention!  Our zipper tie's secret is in the locking mechanism which holds the fit in place until it's ready to come off
  • Zipper pull in the up position allows the tie to move for his custom fit.  Zipper pull in the down position locks it in place
  • Our cotton poplin material is durable, and the natural fiber is a feel good fabric
  • Each tie is handmade so you know the attention to detail and quality is there
  • Zipper ties ship pre-tied so it keeps it's perfect shape year after year and makes that first wear a snap for getting dressed
  • Each tie is sold separately, not as a set

#Bowtie

  • Our cotton poplin material is durable, and the natural fiber is a feel good fabric
  • Each tie is handmade so you know the attention to detail and quality are there
  • Bow tie clasps are easy and secure.  Hook and eye closure for the big guy ties, and a locking tube clasp for the kid's size
  • Bow ties ship pre-tied so it keeps it's perfect shape year after year and makes that first wear a snap for getting dressed!
  • Each tie is sold separately, not as a set
Fun facts:

The necktie history goes way back to the early to mid 1600's.  The story goes that some Croatians mercenaries serving in France wore pieces of colored cloth around their neck intriguing the Parisians, who then copied the look.  A fashion movement started!  International Neck Tie day is October 18th but bow ties get their day too.   August 28th is National Bow Tie Day.

Style Tips:

Pair our ties with one of our Solid Neutral Color Dress Shirts and Suit Pants for a formal look or go equally stylish with a pair of casual pants and one of our snap back hats. If you can handle more handsome, add some Suspenders too!

Care Instructions:
  • Hand wash only with soap and warm water
  • Lie flat to dry
  • Cool iron if necessary. Hot iron could melt material.

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AS
05/01/2021
ALanna S.
United States United States
Love LPC ties!

This is our third tie from LPC, and we get compliments on every single one. This was great for Mother’s Day!

Treadinglemmings Hot Pink Hawaiian Review
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03/23/2021
Jami
United States United States
Bright and fun

We are going to Hawaii so I got these for my boys as a fun item to get them excited! They look so handsome! Love the pop of bright pink and the black and white stripes. Tie is durable and good quality. Love the zipper function for little men and that the adults tie is just a normal tie for the hubby!

Treadinglemmings Hot Pink Hawaiian Review