2015 Bow Tie Events
As 2015 begins, it is time to look forward with excitement for the great events that the year will bring. Here are a few ones to start planning for:
August 28 is a very important day that people celebrate one of the most beloved types of neckwear — and dear I say fashion statement. There are plenty of ways to celebrate including participating in bow tie themed fundraisers like Skip the Clip.
Although these shindigs no longer typically have a black tie or white tie dress code for attire, lax dress standards aren’t a license for shabbiness. One should always look sharp in order to celebrate the start of a couple’s life together — whether as a groom, member of the wedding party, or guest. One way to do that is to sport a bow tie.
Bows ‘n Ties conducted research and learned that New Year’s Eve is the most popular time to wear a bow tie. One reason for this is that parties that evening typically require nice attire, and people like to dress up on such occasions. So, wear one and have fun.
These aren’t the only times to wear a bow tie during 2015 or any year. However, these are extra special times to.