Luxury Ties Online Boutique Updates Website

Cameron Michael Ties offers a range of online choices for luxury ties, bowties, lapel pins, and pocket squares. The website is user-friendly and easy to navigate with convenient filters.

Tustin CA, United States - November 19, 2019 / / —

Cameron Michael Ties is pleased to announce the latest collection of luxury ties on the easy-to-use-website. The site features a variety of collections, including smart casual ties for less than twenty dollars. The 3.25-inch classic silk ties are a traditional size and construction. A variety of African Prints by Cawbid represent a collection of beautiful and bold patterns that are handmade in Nagos, Nigeria. The website also features an Executive Collection by Ruth Graves. These accessories are hand-made in small batches for the modern professional.

Responsive website filter tabs allow for shopping by color. The color range includes Blues, Greens, Reds and Burgundies, Pinks and Lavenders, Browns and Tans, and Multicolored. Customers who want to expand their fashion statements can shop by pattern. The available patterns include Florals, Solids, Dots, Grids, and Stripes, as well as Paisleys. Within many of these categories, customers can find selections that are offered at sale prices.

Additional details are available at http://www.cameronmichaelties.com

A company representative explained, "If classic ties are not enough for you, you may want to check out our selection of bowties. As with the classic styles, bowties come in a range of colors and patterns, so you can be as sedate or daring as you wish. Match a bowtie to the occasion or the color elements of your attire for dressing up or down as you prefer. Our tabs and filters make it easy and convenient to locate your personal preferences in color and design."

"When you need another touch to make your attire complete," he continued, "take a look at our pocket squares and lapel pins. We offer a wide range of patterns, both classical and whimsical in the pocket squares in inventory. We can brighten up your image with a bright orange or canary yellow pocket square, or attract attention with the Pink Geo Cotton Pocket Square. Our lapel pins are also designed to attract the eye, with bright colors, patterns, or more classic choices."

Contact Info:
Name: Chris Brasfield
Email: Send Email
Organization: Cameronmichael Ties
Address: PO Box 431, Tustin CA 92781
Website: http://www.cameronmichaelties.com/

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