Giveaway with Lumina Clothing Co.

I’ve never done a  giveaway before so I thought it would be appropriate to run one for the men since women get all the good stuff when it comes to fashion blog freebies.


 For the southern gentleman, or at least those that just try to act like it. Lumina Clothing Co. is a North Carolina based men’s accessories company that specializes in neck wear. From elegant evening weddings to casual summer picnics and everything in between Lumina offers a tie for any occasion.


Just by signing up for their newsletter you can get a coupon for 33% off your purchase. Oh wait, you wanted to hear about the free stuff right?



To enter the giveaway simply follow Slow Southern Style on one of the following networks listed in the right sidebar (Twitter, Facebook, Bloglovin’, etc…) and leave a comment on this entry stating which one you follow. One lucky winner will receive the tie and bow tie featured in this post. 

Wanna double your chances of winning? Just visit the Lumina Clothing Co. product page then come back to this post and leave a comment here stating which tie is your favorite. You can also increase your chances of winning by following Lumina on Twitter or Facebook.


Contestants must reside in the United States and upon winning provide me with a mailing address or P.O. Box so I can ship out your goodies.

What, you expected me to know how to use that thing? 
The contest runs through December 28th and I’ll announce the winner on January 30th. Nothing like two new ties for a new year, no? So if you are looking for a gift for your significant other or just want to spruce up your own accessories repertoire hurry up and comment, the clock is ticking!

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10 Comments on "Giveaway with Lumina Clothing Co."

  • Incredibly awesome give-away post! I love everything on their site and want to buy everything for myself, erm, I mean my boyfriend 😉
    p.s. Following you on blogger and fb!
    p.p.s. My favorite thing on their site is the Carolina Sky bowtie and tie… dreamy.
    p.p.p.s. I’m following them on fb

  • im following you on fb…would love to rock some of your attire 4 the new year….larry djmikelarry scrubbs jr. “twitter” –> djmik3larry

  • I’m following Slow Southern Style on all three, as well as Lumina on Twitter and Facebook. The Bond. James Bond tie is my favorite because a skinny black tie is the male equivalent to the female little black dress.

    I love Southern fashion! I’m a North Carolinian and can definitely appreciate a good tie. Also, as a Southerner I am able to tie both a regular tie AND a bow tie 🙂

  • Nice givaway, but not sure how the ties would do down here in Australia :-/

  • Twitter, Facebook, and now commenting! We are bow-tie people but I can’t choose between the Beginner’s Luck Bowtie and the Campaign Trail… they both have a little more interest than the plain black, but aren’t as summery as the seersucker pieces.

  • Google Friend Connect, Facebook, and Twitter…I can’t get enough of Slow Southern Style! These would make a great gift for the fiancee as he enters the treacherous world of courtrooms, depositions, and cross-examinations. Merry Christmas Christy!

  • Resisted but I do appreciate a nod to keeping us fellas well dressed. I follow you on twitter. I really like the Last Call Bowtie, but all the seersucker bowties are pretty rocking.

  • I am following you on all 3 plus I am also following Lumina on Twitter; my favorite tie before I even saw the name is Flashback one I love the preppy look of it and also I am a very big fan of “LOST” TV show and flashbacks was an integral part of almost every one of their wonderful 6 seasons! Coming in 2nd I love the Bond bow tie ♥

  • My favorite is Carolina Sky Tie!!! First of all, anything Seersucker swoons me, and Lumina puts a great retro and contemporary twist on the Southern Gentleman Staple. I will be getting one for my fiance, because I know I will never get him to agree to full Seersucker Suit, however a Carolina Sky Tie will tickle my fancy 🙂

  • By the way I follow Slow Southern Style on Facebook and Twitter 🙂

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