Bow ties are perfectly charming for any occasion. No longer reserved for a wedding or formal function the wearability options are endless. You can wear one with denim on the weekends, with sweaters for a geek chic look a la Kayne, or on their own if you want to give your partner a cheeky surprise. This extravagent vintage Austico brand bow tie is made from a strikingly rich royal blue velvet. It measures 11cm across with an 8cm exaggerated drop and is designed to fasten to a collar.
Bow ties are cool!
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