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What You'll Get
Beyond looking professional, neckties are great for camouflaging missing buttons or passing messages between gossipy collars and nosy belt buckles. Keep them talking with today’s Groupon: for $40, you get $80 worth of Italian-crafted silk neckties from Dmitry in Forest Hills.
The standard suit gets a worldly update with internationally inspired collar-tongues crafted in Italy from 100% silk in an array of vibrant colors and eye-catching styles. Fans of the plain, stripe, and polka dot will all find inspiration in Dmitry's collection, ranging from the Moscow, a bright red base bespattered with white, to the Roma, in baby blue with juicy orange spots small enough to toss in an ant’s grocery cart. Tocantins flaunts an eye-popping shade of pink, and Sydney spruces up a dark-brown button-shield with micro paisleys in shades of blue. Nearly all of Dmitry’s styles go for $69 and are produced in limited quantities, ensuring that absentminded bosses will be able to identify employees by their neckclothes, if not by their ability to fax in 12 languages.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 5, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About DMITRY Ties
DMITRY Ties gives a voice and personality to men's fashion with a range of ties inspired by the owner's travels abroad. Dmitry found himself particularly enamored with the elegance and sophistication of his native land, Italy, so much so that he decided to build his company around a line of 100% silk, Italian-crafted ties.
Ties at DMITRY feature a variety of bright colors and patterns, each produced in limited quantities to give them distinctive looks and feels. Excellent craftsmanship is the top goal for the men's neckwear company—great care is taken in all aspects of the design, from selecting quality fabrics to sewing on tiny pockets for any heads-up pennies you find.