Ties that don’t suck: Get in on the Cyberoptix secret

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bow tie 600 alternative wedding ideas from Offbeat Wed (formerly Offbeat Bride)Psst: we're gonna let all of you in on a little secret that many many many many many many many many many Offbeat Brides AND grooms already know. What's this big secret? That the answers to all your tie needs can be found at Cyberoptix, the coolest little boutique design house specializing in men's affordable-but-luxurious accessories.

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We're talking neckties, bow ties, and even scarves for guys (or gals) who love (or hate!) ties. Their motto, “Ties That Don't Suck,” is so completely accurate and probably why SO many of our readers have already hooked up with them, even before Cyberoptix became an official Offbeat Vendor. Check out some of our favorite designs while we tell you all about why Offbeat Brides love them some Cyberoptix…

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Cyberoptix creates their gorgeous men's accessories with responsible design and manufacturing. They focus exclusively on hand-printed silk and microfiber (vegan!) neckties and only print with high-quality waterbased inks, which are not only better for the environment, they perform much better on the fabric. And, even though you can get a batch of matching designs, each necktie is unique because they're made by skilled hands, not robots!

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As mentioned before, we've featured a LOT of weddings where the respective parties rocked Cyberoptix ties and scarves. One bride even explained:

[My husband] liked [his Cyberoptix tie] so much he replaced all of his ties with their work. We also gave them to all the guys involved with the wedding. They were a big hit.

turntable tie alternative wedding ideas from Offbeat Wed (formerly Offbeat Bride)Speaking of husbands, check out the tie that I wanna purchase for that guy I married — the Turntable. In fact, their entire audiophile and circuit board tie sections rock my world.

beer 600 alternative wedding ideas from Offbeat Wed (formerly Offbeat Bride)In fact, all of their categories contain amazing designs just waiting to thrill and delight your entire wedding party. Got foodies in your wedding? The foodie section (that includes that Beer! tie) has got your gift-giving back.

I mean, what other tie company has these categories?:

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None, none other tie company.

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Cyberoptix also has XL ties for big and tall wearers, narrow selections for wearers with smaller frames, even toddler and youth sizes in many colors!

Want your wedding party to look this good? It's easy to do, because Cyberoptix offers discounts of 10%-20% on packages for weddings, commitment ceremonies, handfastings or any occasion which requires multiple, matching ties and/or scarves.

So, we're dying to know — which design are you gonna use for YOUR wedding party!?

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Comments on Ties that don’t suck: Get in on the Cyberoptix secret

  1. Man oh man I love these guys. Between me, my groomsmen and our dads, we rawked six different designs on six different colors. Awesome quality and super creative designs.

  2. My computer programmer partner is totally going to rock the circuit board tie for our upcoming wedding. 🙂

  3. Yes! My husband loved their ties so much, he got one for our wedding ceremony (a topographical map of the ocean floor) and one for the reception (hops, wheat, and barley!) This seller is a breeze to order from and the ties are to die for, both in design and quality. We will probably never bother with ties from anyone else again!

  4. We had our entire wedding party wear ties made by Cyberoptix. They looked great.

  5. AAAH! FH is NOT a tie guy but he is now contemplating wearing one because of the barley/hops & honeybee ties. These are AWESOME.

  6. My husband and his posse rocked orange hops & barley ties! I loved doing business with this company. If I can ever get him in a tie again, it will be from them. Awesome quality & great graphics! Highly recommend!

  7. Totally getting our groomsmen’s ties from here. Didn’t even think of the possibility of getting them each a design that correlates to their personalities! (But perhaps all the same color?) Genius!

  8. Ahh! We got ours for our groomsmen last Saturday from Cyberoptix! They were super fast, accomodated a custom request without any hassle, and look super skexy! We can’t wait to hand them out to our dudesmen.

    (By the way, we ordered a darker color for his ties than they normally make for that design, and while they accomodated accordingly, it *is* harder to see the design as I had worried. We decided we like it, though… sort of a super *BAM*NINJA* when you realize a picture is lurking on there somewhere. Which means the ties will match a lot of different suit options for our guys!)

  9. Hubs and his groomsmen rocked the cyberoptix ties at our wedding… and when we showed our parents, both our dads wanted in too! We had the Victorian Gears ties, as all the groomsmen & hubs (& most of ‘my side’ too) are engineers, and we’ve since had all the guys tell us about subsequent outings of their ties & the compliments they’ve had!
    Also, cyberoptix were great to deal with and sent us numerous swatches as hubs couldn’t decide on colours (I see now their website has fancy new colours/swatches page!) And were quick with overseas delivery – we live in Australia.
    All in all, I can’t recommend them highly enough!!!

  10. These are so great. I bought my manfriend an Apollo 13 bow tie from this vendor a couple of years ago as a birthday present (birthday? Christmas? Anniversary? I really don’t remember what holiday). He loves it. He wears suit/tie to work, and usually rocks a bow tie or cardigan.
    It’s probably the coolest bow tie he owns. Great design, and great execution.

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