Aristocrat Homewares Offers UK Residents Best-Selling Tie Organizer
Benalla, June 3, 2015 – Aristocrat Homewares is excited to announce that their best-selling Tie Rack Organizer is now available to UK residents through Amazon.co.uk. Creating quality organizational products at an affordable cost, Aristocrat Homeware’s Compact Necktie Hanger Cross can help the UK keep their closets tidy.
When it comes to mens wear in the UK, Charles Tyrwhitt is the name to have. With a flagship store on the world-famous Jermyn Street in London – renowned for British elegance, exceptional craftsmanship and luxury shirt making, the clothier also specializes in hand-made ties. These ties come in vibrant colors, classic prints and sartorial stripes, all woven with the finest silk, ensuring these ties hang perfectly and look superb with a formal shirt. And there can be no better way to store and wear them than having the Aristocrats Homewares Compact Necktie Hanger Cross.
The Aristocrats Homewares Compact Necktie Hanger Cross allows one to hold up to 20 ties or scarves with smooth plastic clips. It rotates 360º degrees making selection easy. It folds into a small, compact unit taking up minimal space within the closet and won’t sag or dump ties onto the floor.
I work as a litigation solicitor and have a weakness for buying ties, especially Lorenzo Cana ties,” states an Amazon.com reviewer. “It’s made from lightweight, tough feeling, hard black plastic. The hook connects to the tie hanger on two rotating swivels, so that the rack can be spun around a whole 360 degrees whilst it’s hanging from a clothing rail, and also tilted backwards and forwards. This hanger can hold a maximum of twenty ties, ten either side, and each individual hanging arm is accompanied by a smaller, clamping arm, to hold each individual tie securely in place and to stop it sliding out and onto the floor. This particular hanger is perhaps not as stylish looking as more expensive wooden tie hangers, but it works more effectively than a lot of those hangers, and ultimately I think that functionality is more important than aesthetics when it comes to mundane things like tie hangers.
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