Guests at the launch party for KnotFriends.com -- a tie-swapping site for guys -- were encouraged to wear a tie in a creative way. So, Ali Flury, 24, got into the spirit at the Waterfront Hotel event by wearing a tie that's for sale on the website as a belt. "I wanted to support [the] company, but I didn't want to go the classic route and wear a tie around my neck," said the Under Armour ecommerce customer service representative. The Canton resident picked the tie because it matched her orange Express banded pencil skirt, which she had paired with an ivory chiffon ruffled sleeveless top from White House/Black Market. Flury further accessorized her "trendy" style with nude patent leather Chinese Laundry strappy stiletto sandals from South Moon Under and a double strand pearl and silver necklace she'd bought at a trunk show at About Faces Spa. She purchased her Longchamp nylon bag at Nordstrom.
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