Last year we told you about TieTry – an online service that uses the same business model as Netflix, except with a focus on neckties. Here’s how it works: sign up, choose the tie (or ties) that you like based on brand, color, style, material, pattern, and width. Add it to your “queue,” and it’ll show up in your mailbox within a few days. Tired of a tie you got from their service? Send it back in the pre-paid envelope they provide and get another one. A genius idea, especially if you need to wear ties regularly, and you get tired of cycling through the same ones over and over.
Interested? You’re in luck, as TieTry was recently purchased by competitor Freshneck. This means customers can shop an extended inventory – more than 1700 ties, bow ties, pocket squares, cufflinks, tie bars, suspenders, and more. Memberships start at $15/month and offer great discounts if you find an item you want to keep.
If you want to give it a try, you can do so with a 25% discount if you use the code tietry25. Have you used Freshneck or TieTry before? Let us know what you think about the services in the comments below.
There is a big difference between big dude sizes. At a big and tall shop, the clothes fit better. Clothing lines at box stores are usually smaller than what they advertise. So what I'm saying is if target does this, they need to partner with a good big and tall company and not a fly by nite one.
I would check it out and probably buy for my husband being tall and chubby fashion is usually the last thing that crosses his mind so yea I'm all for more plus size clothing for men
That would really be great...target is really great for moms/families on a budget. I am fairly fashion savvy and about 90% percent of my AND my daughter's wardrobe comes from target. Now if we could only get dad in the mix!
I reached out to Target PR for a response, but haven't gotten one. I hope it's something they're considering!
It sounds like its a step in the right direction, but not quite what's needed. I'd like to see something similar done for gents - they'd sell SO MUCH of that stuff!
I actually liked SOME of their ava + Viv line...bought a fatkini and love it! Do wish they had men's line for my guy though.
It's a step forward, but honestly the Target line sucks (consensus among most plus people). We definitely need some mens lines though! My hubby is not high fashion, and is low maintenance, but even current fashion forward basics are hard to find!