Who might think that the bow-tie, the symbol of strict style and elegance, was used as an everyday accessory so that shirts be always buttoned. Nowadays it’s a must-have attribute of a formal dress-code and true gentleman’s symbol. What associations do you have thinking of a bow-tie? Personally, I think of 007 agent, well it’s my own stereotype.
You can try on a cream white blazer with white shirt tucked in houndstooth shorts. Finish the look by adding classic black bow-tie.
Long time I was thinking that bow tie is meant for wearing with smokings and red carpet looks. Once I bought myself a bow-tie I started to look through street style images of various bloggers and fashionistas wearing this cool accessory. After couple of hours I decided to wear it with my casual clothes, why can’t I do that, right? It looks like a creative neckpiece. Let me share with you my personal wardrobe combination favorites what are both unusual and very stylish. To tie a bow-tie is not harder than tying a classic tie. What you think of bow-ties? How do you use to wear them in your everyday life?
An elongated crispy white suit-jacket is worn atop matching color shirt what is untucked and styled with black skinnies tucked in black combat boots. The look is finished thanks to classic black sunglasses and pretty bow-tie.
You can update your winter look by adding a dotted bow-tie to cable-knit light grey sweater:
Keep it fresh and bright by updating your red shirt-dress with a black bow-tie and cool matching color wide-brim hat:
A blue bow-tie looks awesome worn with white shirt in red dots tucked in skinny jeans:
An awesome look where black bow-tie is styled with black colored pullover:
Mannish tuxedo look: