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Light-Up Ties Light Up Your Work Life

by Hazel Chua
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Ties don’t have to be boring. If you’re sick of wearing the same checkered tie every day because it’s required at your work place, then fret not, because Electric Styles is here to save the day with their quirky ties.

They’re shaped like a regular tie, but what makes them different is the fact that they outlined with electroluminescent wire.

LED Outline TieThese ties not only literally light up your outfit, but they can also light up your work life in a figurative sense. I doubt you can have a boring day at work when you’ve got this tie on.

These Light-Up Ties are available for $29.97(USD) each on Electric Style’s Etsy shop. Each tie is sewn by hand, and they’re available in blue, green or white versions. Two modes for the light are available: on (static, so you’re lit up the whole time) and blinking (use this mode if you don’t think a light-up tie is enough of an attention grabber.)

[via Gadgets Matrix]

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