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Here’s a classic bow tie that retains all the advantages of cotton while masquerading as a formal silk bow tie. Yes, the Champagne Royal Oxford Bow Tie from High Cotton pulls off a rare feat.
It’s been far too long since I’ve done a Bow Tie Friday post. To be completely honest, I don’t wear bow ties nearly as often as I used to. Even at church, where I almost always wore one every weekend … Continue reading
Bring on the cold. I’m ready to combat it with plenty of thick plaids and that includes what I’m wearing around my neck. The Blenheim Bow Tie from The Cordial Churchman will look just right around a crackling fire and … Continue reading
The two seasons surrounding summer are resplendent with color. In the spring it’s the pastels of blooming flowers. In the fall it’s the bright, blazing colors of the changing leaves. Yet fall style is rarely concentrated on lots of colors. … Continue reading
I’m probably about three months late on the Freshly Squeezed Bow Tie from High Cotton. This is a quintessential summer bow tie and would have been perfect to pick up at the start of June. But I’ve always felt that … Continue reading
With college football season kicking off, I find myself turning back to the brands that built themselves on unofficial gameday wear. Brier & Moss applies that approach to bow ties, crafting striped bow ties in color schemes inspired by college … Continue reading
I’m really not sure where I heard of Bowline Co. I can’t seem to place it. I just know that I was scanning my spreadsheet of brands to feature and stumbled upon the name in the bow tie section. I’m … Continue reading
It’s been yet another great Olympics for the United States. We kicked butt again in the medals (at least I assume we did since I’m writing this about a week early). I’m sad to see them go because I know … Continue reading
When Brackish started, it seemed like a novelty. It was a brand that made bow ties out of turkey feathers after all. And while it still remains a bit of a niche brand that isn’t going to appeal to everyone, Brackish has … Continue reading
The name says Japanese but this bow tie almost couldn’t be more American. True, the fabric was sourced from Japan, but other than that the Japanese Patchwork Bow Tie from Mill City Fineries is all-American.