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Neckties make a comeback against all odds!

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May '08
Neckties which are still considered to be a taboo in Iran, are making a bold comeback despite the fact that Government officials are vehemently protesting its import from other countries.

Some of them have even gone to the extent of saying that such imports must be banned as it contradicts the nature of Iranian culture. However, to make such an insignificant issue a national concern shows that protesters are more worried about the western influence than about their culture.

In spite of stiff opposition, these exquisite men accessory have once again occupied space in the closets of men, especially professionals like doctors, lawyers and businessmen.

Available in various designs, fabrics and colors, this accessory adds elegance and sophistication to men's attire.

Even markets in Iran are getting flooded with neckties and this only goes to show that the demand for the product among the masses is increasing gradually.


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