Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Does the Tie Make the Man?

I think it can. My father was a great fan of ties. He had quite a collection. So does my brother. Now my brother tends to be on the wild side with his ties. He will wear comical ties and ties with logos... all sorts of crazy ties intermingled with the very conservatives one. He has a hot sauce tie that is just crazy.

Belisi is also a man who thinks the tie helps to make the man. He began his business when he was down and out. He focused on ties. Never wearing the same tie twice became his trademark and he developed an elegant tie line that was founded to enhance luxury wardrobes, while making the world a little brighter for everyone. He actually improves the world when you buy his products. Belisi combines luxury with meaning. Every time you purchase a Belisi product, you put the finishing touch on a put-together look, while fighting poverty, protecting the environment, seeking justice and funding medical research. In today's ever growing green society, that is a good thing.

They are high end accessories for those who want a looked refined or influenced with the beauty and sophistication of Italy. My brother does not have a Belisi tie. You know how most men are, the wives buy it and they just wear it. This might be a great way for me to get him a very nice birthday gift this year. He has lots of ties. Hopefully I could find one that will surpass the conservative ones he normally wears to work.

You can chase a butterfly all over the field and never catch it. But if you sit quietly in the grass it will come and sit on your shoulder.

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