April 13, 2015

Personal Style | A Little Masculine feat. Tie the Knit

Hello Beauties!

Every now and then, I like to step outside of the box and wear something that is outside of my normal wardrobe.  When Justin, the owner of Tie the Knit, asked me to review one of his bow ties, I immediately loved the idea.  I've been a fan of his knitted ties and bow ties for awhile and have had my eye on them for my husband.  Little did I know that I would fall in love with them myself.  I love how the ties are knitted and the Ebony and Ivory bow tie I received is fabulous!








The bow tie is easy to put on and I have to admit that I love that every order has free shipping.  I opted to wear it with my Lane Bryant shimmer pants and booties.  I'll be planning to wear this again soon and even sharing with hubby.

Tie the Knit Ebony and Ivory Bow Tie
Old Navy Button Front Shirt (Similar)
Target Tuxedo Vest (Similar)
Lane Bryant Shimmer Ankle Pants
Lane Bryant Booties (Similar)

Learn more about Tie the Knit here.  
Save 15% on your order by using code:  fabellis.

What is your favorite tie from Tie the Knit?



God bless & stay fabellis,






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10 comments

  1. Yeeess Ashley you nailed it! You look, well, "fabEllis"! I've had an androgynous look in mind for a while now. Thanks for inspiring me, you rock :)

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  2. You look GREAT.. I love this look. http://www.talithastake.com/search

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  3. I love this look on you! You should do it often.

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  4. Lol! Thank you Kishina! I really appreciate it!

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  5. Very cute! I love how you wore the bow-tie. Lookin' good!

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  6. Sydney Fashion HunterApril 16, 2015 at 6:45 AM

    The bow tie is the perfect touch! I found your blog through Whitney Nic James. I host a link up every Wednesday (still live) so stop by if you get a chance.

    http://www.sydneyfashionhunter.com/

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  7. Thank you Sydney! I will check out your link up. Thank you for inviting me! :-)

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