Silk bow ties are the kind of fashion accessory that will never go out of style. People still wear them in 2020 and will still be wearing them in 2021. The secret of what makes bow ties so popular is that they are so uncommon in men's fashion.
Bow Ties Have Been in Fashion for Years
From politicians to actors, bow ties have been a fixture of men's style for years and isn't showing any sign of disappearing. The next time you go to a formal event like a wedding or you watch a special event on TV like the Oscars, pay attentions to the neckwear men have. You will find many wearing a bow tie.
If you are looking for pointers on when should a man wear a silk bow tie, check out our article here.
Unique Bow Ties for Unique Men
What makes bow ties such a peculiar fashion accessory in men's fashion and style is that it is worn for the most formal events. This is why you might not notice men wearing bow ties everyday. But some men make bow ties a staple of their outfit, so when you see them, you notice them immediately. It is a common trait for men who like attention to also like bow ties.
Should you Wear a Pre-Tied or Self-Tie Bow Tie?
Whether you wear a pre-tied or self-tie bow tie is up to you. Men who don't wear bow ties often tend to prefer a silk pre-tied bow ties. Men who like to wear bow ties as part of their everyday style or who take pride in tying their own bow tie prefer self-tie bow ties.
Be sure to read our article on how to tie a self-tie bow tie if you'd like to learn how to tie a self-tie bow tie.
Celebrate Art in 2020-2021 with Unique Silk Bow Ties
The art pieces are by artists recovering from a mental health difficulty. These art pieces you can wear express a story our customers connect to.
10% of the profits from the sale of silk fashion accessories are donated to Les Impatients, a nonprofit organization that support those with a mental health trouble through therapeutic art programs.
These limited edition silk bow ties come in unique gift boxes with a certificate of authenticity detailing the art piece's edition number and the story of the artist who created it.