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LED Sequin Bow Ties - Light Up Flashing Mens Tie Party Fashion Accessory

$42.00 $33.00

[Light Up Sequin Bow Ties] ❁ Our LED Bow Ties are the perfect addition to any costume or party! These flashing ties can be the perfect final touch to any outfit
[Color Variations] ❁ These Light Up Bow Ties come in a large variety of different colors! Choose whichever color best fits your need. These adorable bow ties are sure to be a conversation starter
[Flashing Settings] ❁ All of our Light Up Bow Ties have three different flash settings. They are: Fast Flash, Slow Flash and Strobe Lighting
[Multipurpose for Different Occasions] ❁ These LED Bow Ties are the perfect addition to almost any party! From Weddings, to Birthdays to Halloween costumes, these ties are an ideal part of any outfit.
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