It's Christmas... and time to have some fun with bow ties.
A wedding is the perfect excuse to wear a bow tie. However, these days such events don't require black and white tie attire -- dress codes that can provide rigid, yet clear, guidelines. Having said that, one can dress for a wedding with little reason to fret.
Bow ties and beards can coexist with nothing getting frayed.
Tying your own bow tie is cool, but making one is even more impressive.
Most of the time bow ties should be tied, but if they aren't pretied, they look cool untied.
One of the best days of the year requires some creativity, whimsy, and thought. Check out these ways to best celebrate an important holiday.
Hats, lapel pins, pocket squares, vests, and cuff links can help a bow tie stand out well in an outfit.
Sometimes thicker and shorter are better.
This celebrity chef who also knows a thing or two about neckwear.
It is not uncommon to get dad a tie for Father's Day. Take it up a notch this year with a bow tie.
Don't get sloppy, but when it comes to bow ties, a little floppy is ok.
Easter is a great time of year to wear a bow tie.
Paul Vanoli, a high-end shirt maker at Vanoli Bespoke, shares his expert opinion about pairing bow ties with shirts.
Don't get pinched on Saint Patrick's Day by wearing a green bow tie. (Image source: flickr user DaPuglet using a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-SA 2.0) license.)
Former Czech Minister of Foreign Affairs Karl von Schwarzenberg pictured here seems to balance bow tie wearing well. He's making a statement that alludes to personal je ne sais quoi while not making himself look like a twit. How can you do that?