Independence 2023 Necktie

Guyana-themed Neckties and Scarves Released for Guyana's 57th Independence Anniversary

As Guyana prepares to celebrate 57 years of being an independent nation, We Love Guyana- a shop that offers Guyana-branded clothing, accessories and souvenirs has recently introduced its new Guyana-themed neckties and scarves clad in the bright colours of the Golden Arrowhead.

All neckties are limited editions, however, due to popular demand, the signature black necktie bearing the tiled Guyana flag has been reintroduced.

The Guyana-themed neckties and scarves were designed locally but manufactured overseas to provide customers with the best quality.

For a limited time, the scarves and ties cost $6000 each and are ideal for gifts and souvenirs.

This offer gives Guyanese the opportunity to wear attire that promotes patriotism while supporting small business and local industries.

Wayne Farley, designer of the neckties and director at Local Logistics said, "Over the past two years, the neckties have been well received by Guyanese at home and in the diaspora. These new styles give them a chance to continue showing their patriotism and support small business in Guyana."

The We Love Guyana brand, a subsidiary of Local Logistics, is intended to both manufacture Guyana-themed merchandise and provide support to other local craftsmen and craftswomen by enhancing and marketing their products.

The neckties and scarves are on sale at John Lewis Styles and can also be ordered directly from Local Logistics via WhatsApp on +592-655-8437.

Tie Care

How to take care of your ties

A high quality tie purchase can bring your ensemble together. It provides you with flexibility to diversify your wardrobe and allows you to mix and match ties to your suits and shirts in ways that bring out flair and attest to your individual personality. It is important, however, that you know how to take care of your ties.

When removing your tie after a hard day at the office or a formal event – or the Kentucky Derby, be sure to remove it in the reverse order that it was tied. Hence, pull the skinny end through the loop first and then undo the knot.

When storing your ties, the best way to preserve them is to drape your tie(s) over a coat hanger. Hanging your ties in appropriate fashion allows creases and folds to fall out.

Tie Cleaning

As mentioned in our FAQ page, we have not constructed our ties to be stain proof, as this involves coating the ties with a layer of plastic resin, which would detract from the natural smooth feel of silk that we are such strong advocates of! With that said, a small stain can ruin any tie.

In the event that your tie does stain, try and do one of the following:

Dabble seltzer water or club soda with a cloth on the stain. Do not rub vigorously.

If you happen to get greasy materials stain your tie, talcum powder is far more effective than water, as the powder will absorb the grease. After a few hours, you can wipe off any residue with a soft cloth.

How to get wrinkles out of your ties

The best way to remove wrinkles out of your ties without ironing is the use of steam. Leave the hot water running in the shower for a few minutes, and then hang the tie up behind your door to let the wrinkles out.

When removing wrinkles through ironing, be sure to press over the wrinkles using a handkerchief or cloth. Do not place the iron directly on the tie!

When taking your ties to a dry cleaner, specifically request that they don't press down directly on your ties, as ironing a tie presses down on its rolled edges, thereby taking away its shape.

Source: The Dark Knot

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