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"How to Wear a Women´s Tie" Giveaway

Ines Karu-Salo

Posted on September 28 2016

Do you agree that menswear style on women is powerful, timeless, chic and distinguishable? For example, look Diane Keaton, who wore a tie as the character in Annie Hall in 1977. She was the first one who made such a strong fashion statement back then, but there are many other celebrities, who have helped to popularize this trend and made it as a prominent fashion accessory: Marlene Dietrich, Audrey Hepburn, Patti Smith, Annie Lennox, Ellen, Kate Moss, Rihanna, Angelina Jolie, Jessica Alba, Emma Watson, Victoria Beckham, Jennifer Aniston, Leighton Meester, Beyonce, Avril Lavigne, Amber Heart, Anne Hathaway, Claire Danes, Salma Hayek, Janelle Monae and Diane Kruger. Take a few minutes to explore internet and see how women like to wear a tie. Women wearing menswear is a new growing trend seen on the streets of the fashion capitals across the world.

But as we are extremely curious to see how you would wear a tie, we are excited to invite you to enter our first GIVEAWAY! To win KiRiVOO´s luxurious women´s tie*, do the following: 

  1. FOLLOW US in Instagram @kirivoo_ and in Facebook or Twitter (@KirivooFashion);
  2. LIKE & SHARE this post in Facebook or Twitter;
  3. LIKE this post in Instagram and TAG as many friends as you like. Each tag counts as a separate entry;
  4. Wait until 11th of October, when we will count up all the entries and choose the winner at randomly.

*The winner can choose between our bestsellers KiRiVOO Katariina tie (blue/white) and KiRiVOO Triin bow tie (white). Please note that this Giveaway is only open in EU. 

Thank you for your support and good luck :)

            

11th of October Announcement:  Congratulations, the lucky winner of this Giveaway is Keidi Tooming! Thank you everybody for participating! We have a gift for you too: Please contact us via e-mail shop@kirivoo.com to receive the 50% OFF discount code that can be used for purchasing KiRiVOO ties and bow ties (valid till the end of October 2016).