This was an outfit I wore on Saturday and forgot to upload!!
The items I wore:
Went shopping today and randomly stumbled upon this collared dress from KMart.
It cost me a whole $10. I see that collared dresses are making a comeback and my mum keeps telling me she used to wear these dresses back in the 60s and 70s. I wish she saved all her clothes for me I definitely think I am living in the wrong era.
The other collared dress that I adore is one I found at Temt for $14.95. I bought this dress awhile ago but I love it because it’s mustard too!
If you ever want to go shopping with me, I’m more than happy to assist. I only go for the bargains
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You can’t go to work without the proper accessories, right? I think any man wearing business shirts, will need to accompany it with at least, a nice tie and possibly cufflinks. To polish off your attire, for the ultimate professional look, you can add in a tie clip. So here’s my attempt at providing some cheap options for these men’s business accessories.
Tiesncuffs routinely have specials on their ties and cufflinks. At the moment they are offering a special on their Roberto Loren collection where you buy 9 ties for AU$100. That’s approximately $11 per tie. They do sell designer ties and if buying multiple items, it ends up cheaper for you. The ties above are part of the Roberto Loren range. They do offer Kenzo and Valentino ties at 2 for $200 where the ties are normally $170 each.
Tiesncuffs are also offering 10 for $100 on their self branded cufflinks and novelty cufflinks.
TheCuffShop is currently offering a deal of any 7 cufflink sets for AU$100. They offer a range of stainless steel, novelty, classic, professional and retro cufflinks. With this special offer, each cufflink set will cost approximately AU$14 each. The pics above are from their classic range and I like all the shiny, sparkly links.
TheTieBar advertises that they always sell ties for US$15 every day. They offer a vast range of knit, silk and wool ties. I particularly like this site because it’s interactive, in that you can select the shirt background and type of suit you are wearing to see if the tie would suit. Definitely recommend this site!
needanewTie offers ties with matching cufflinks. I managed to find some on sale for AU$20 and you can add a matching hanky from AU$1 – $5. Personally, I think hankies are gross but if you are wearing a suit, it’s good for your breast pocket if you want to match the whole outfit.
I found the cheapest tie bars/clips on this website also. They are on sale for AU$10 and I thought they look really flashy because they are gold plates and shiny Total bargain I thought.
CufflinksEmpire is also a cheap website to buy cufflinks. The range when buying on your own costs AU$25 or you can buy 7 for AU$99. This works out to be approximately $14 per set. They offer a vast range of cufflinks and also run a deal that when purchasing 2 or more, they’ll give you a free tie with matching cufflink and hanky. They pride themselves on fast delivery and deliver all their stock from Sydney.
Ties-Necktie offers a good range of colours and their website is really organized in display. The ties range from $8.95 – $49.90 and they do also offer designer ties. I believe they have a tie for everyone and their necktie outlet section will list all the ties on sale. Good site to get big discounts!
BenjaminCufflinks promote that they are the largest Australian supplier for cufflinks. The costs range from AU$20 – $275 depending on the quality. I actually went to this site to check out the tie bars. The costs on the tie bars are $33 each or you can buy it in a gift set with matching cufflinks for $55. You do pay for 12 month warranty on the product and if you don’t like the product, you do have 14 days to exchange. They are proudly Australia owned and operated and promote that they were the first online cufflink retailer.
TieDaily is currently offering 3 for AU$50 on their silk ties. That’s approximately AU$16 per tie. There isn’t much in their range, but they do link they affiliate sites so you can buy more business attire.
I hope this inspires more men to suit up and accessorise their business attire. I think a lot of men can look better just by applying a tie. I believe these sites will help when attending a formal occasion or accessorising for a wedding. Let me know if you find any cheap sites. I did briefly look on EBay but thought most on offer were cheaper looking ties from Asia. Even though it may be cheaper, I believe by paying a bit more you can gain quality.
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