Learning how to tie a bow tie can be a difficult process, but with our helpful video, you'll be tying perfect hourglass bow ties in no time!
Bow Tie History
While bow ties have not been around for quite as long as traditional neckties, they certainly make more of a statement.
The bowtie was created in the 1700’s after sailors began tying their shirts closed with a scarf. They were working men who didn’t want to have a necktie hanging from their neck, and thus the beginning of a smaller neck accessory came to be.
Since then, bowties have become associated with both formalwear as well as more expressive industries. They come in all fabrics from cotton to silk to wool to velvet and can be worn in most situations.
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Bowties are most commonly seen at formal occasions with black or white tie dress codes. These will oftentimes be made of velvet or silk and signify an elevated elegance over a traditional necktie. There is nothing more classic than a gentleman in a black tuxedo with a white shirt, black cummerbund and black, velvet bowtie.
There exists both pre-tie as well as self-tie bowties. While pre-tied bow ties are very easy to use and simply involve clipping them around your neck, the classic will always be a self-tie bow tie. It can take some practice, but if there is one skill you should have in your arsenal, it is this one: How to tie a bowtie.