Initialing launching with stylish bowties and neckties, TiedTogether have expanded their product range with the introduction of cufflinks. These come just in time for Christmas, with pocket squares and socks to arrive in the coming months.
Like the ties, the cufflinks are all aligned to charity by design and colour, with footballs for The EJ Whitten Foundation and sharks for Sea Shepherd Australia. “Cufflinks are a creative way to spark a conversation about important causes,” says Will Bruce, CEO and Co-Founder of TiedTogether. “We hope that men will wear our products and in turn talk about the related charity.”
“Given the neck ties and bow ties have been so popular, we thought it was perfect timing to introduce more products into our offerings, and what man doesn’t love a good set of cufflinks?” says Will Bruce.
Will Bruce is the brains behind this new concept, with his ultimate goal aiming to promote awareness amongst men while raising $2 million in two years.
“It is a great way to remind us of the importance of giving back this Christmas with every charity having a tangible metric so you know exactly where your money is going,” says Will Bruce.
The selected team of charities includes beyondblue, Sea Shepherd Australia, National Breast Council Foundation’s ‘Real Men Wear Pink’ campaign, the E.J. Whitten Foundation, RSPCA and the Lighthouse Foundation with more set to come onboard in the New Year.
TiedTogether products can be purchased from their website, with cufflinks priced at $29, bowties priced at $39 and neckties priced at $59, the perfect Christmas gift that makes a difference, tying the world together one dapper tie at a time.