In January 2015, after struggling to find great ties at low prices, Nate Ipsen had a dream to design & sell skinny neckties at competitive prices. Simply Skinny Ties was born providing customers with a line of unique ties of unbeatable quality.
Months of brainstorming finally led to a name that they fell in love with. They wanted a name with meaning behind it. They came across the word DASI which is Indonesian for "necktie". They decided to switch the S to a Z to make it their own. DAZI [daw-zee]. As they continue to grow, they will always be reminded of their roots where it all began - neckties. They have a strong desire to continue creating products that are as unique as the people who buy and wear them.
Dazi Ties are so stylish, and come in such a variety of styles, that you are bound to find the perfect one for the man in your life.
The ties are of very good quality, and feel wonderful!
They are so versatile that they can be worn to church, work, school or even if you just want to look exceptionally nice one day!
So if you are looking for the perfect gift for the man in your life, make sure to check out Dazi.
Your man doesn't wear ties? That is okay, Dazi has you covered, as they also have socks and bowties too! They even have a bulk wedding discount program!
So make sure to follow them on their social media account as well so you can keep up with their new releases.
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