If you've ever been invited to an evening wedding or formal dinner/cocktail party, chances are that you've experienced a "Black Tie" dress code.
The right bow tie will transform your outfit from ordinary to extraordinary.
There are various things you can do to keep your bow tie looking great, with the first being tying it.
Men look fabulous in bow ties, and this fashion is already in trend.
The bow tie is the tie to end all ties, the knot par excellence.
Each piece is different, because every piece of wood is different and has its own story to tell.
We want to celebrate and convince more men out there that wearing a bow tie should be something to consider for day and night occasions.
It's got all the best qualities of a tie...and it was given by a daughter.
There's a lot of questions in this post and no answers. Anyone have any answers?
Nothing makes you want to buy new clothes or get a bit adventurous than feeling like you're looking good.
I didn't wear ties at all except when forced to for some formal event. My go-to tie at the time was a 'long' tie with Garfield the cat in a double breasted pinstripe suit. Classy. It was my way to rebel against having this noose around my neck.
So, you want your fella to wear a bow tie.
"Oh, bummer," she said. "I like seeing what bow tie you are wearing." I felt like I'd let her down.
Soon, I'll be taking my bride to dinner at Orchids. It's a great restaurant with a good barman in a great art deco space at the Netherland Plaza hotel in Cincinnati. This is the tie I'll be wearing.