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Tipsy Tie can be worn casually and fashionably
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Jun '09
Satin, wool, silks and tweeds are just a few of the fabrics used to create TUMBLER & TIPSY's hottest new addition to their line the "Tipsy Tie." This new must-have unisex accessory is hip, versatile, and right on the cutting edge of green fashion.

Comprised of a select, interchangeable piece of recycled fabric with a stylish gold chain strung through it, Tipsy Ties can be worn formally or casually, ready for a dinner party or dance party. In any setting, they'll always turn heads. Handmade and exclusive, Tipsy Ties are 100% environmentally friendly, and in keeping with Tumbler & Tipsy's philosophy.

"My goal was to take a traditional wardrobe staple such as the tie, and revamp it into a hip and playful accessory. It has never been done before, and with the new line, I feel that the Tipsy Tie definitely achieves this as a new trend for the fashion conscious individual," said Michael Kuluva.

Now available online or at select stores across the country, Tumbler & Tipsy offers a wide range of reconstructed vintage clothing that has a casual yet fashionable feel. Inspired by an independent carefree spirit and the search for classy and hip fashion, each item is specially handmade by the company's founder, Michael Kuluva.

Stitched together from hand-selected vintage clothing and fabrics, each item is one-of-a-kind. With one eye towards the environment and the economy, a finger on the pulse of the current industry, and a playful sense of humor, Tumbler & Tipsy looks to be the forerunning innovator of today's fashion scene.

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