Outfit Your Fella in Stunning Silk Ties from BlueSilk.org for Valentine's Day!

With Valentine's Day quickly approaching, I bet you're wondering what to get your fella.

Skip the cheesy chocolates and get him something he'll actually use.  Not only are the Silk Ties from BlueSilk.org gorgeous works of art, they really mean something too.

See, they are completely hand-crafted:

"The women of Stung Treng Women’s Development Center spin raw silk into thread and dye it in an array of rich, vibrant colors. Looms are set up to create the various patterns of silk cloth. It is at this point that craft becomes art. Depending on the complexity of a pattern, setting up a single loom can take more than a week. Once a loom is ready, weaving begins. Weaving a scarf typically takes another one or two weeks. Larger or more complex items may take more than a month to weave."

Isn't that much better than anything you can get from a department store? And by purchasing these extraordinary silk ties, you not only get an impeccable handmade product, you are supporting Cambodian women and their families. 

These chic 100% hand-woven ties are only $45 dollars, which is what you're paying for those been-there, done-that striped ones at the mall, and for just $10 more, you get a matching pocket square. Red is the obvious Valentine's Day choice, but you could do Berry as a more modern show of affection. Classic Grey and Noir ooze power and grace, but I'm loving the Turquoise (pictured above) most of all. It's sexy without being too much and adds pop to his usual black/brown/navy attire. Ooh, it's dashing, isn't it? And that's all before your fella puts it on!

Well hello there, don't you look handsome.

Shop BlueSilk.org Ties and support Cambodian women.

p.s. Over the next few weeks, I'll be introducing you to their fantastic scarves and jewelry, because you should get a something nice for yourself too. Bluesilk.org is one of my favourite new finds of the year, so don't miss out!

Stephanie Dickison

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