Fit To Be Tied

This isnt your senior prom; forego the rented ascot in favor of the ever-classy bow tie.

 

Gone are the days of the cookie-cutter penguin suit. Today, there are more tuxedos and wedding-perfect accessories than you can shake a cane at (tip: don’t work a cane). Among the numerous new standout options, one can easily be hailed the season’s most popular wedding crasher: the bright bow tie. A traditional silhouette with a contemporary flair, the style is best when bold—composed of stripes, polka dots or a paisley print. But, consider yourself forewarned: If many complement both your suit and the bridal party’s dress, deciding on just one could prove as complicated as memorizing your vows. We’ll leave it up to you, because—in our eyes—they’re all neck and neck.

From left:

[1] Carrot & Gibbs bow tie available at Woody’s, Frontenac, 314.569.3272.

[2] Robert Talbott bow tie available at Mister Guy, Ladue, 314.692.2003.

[3] Hanauer bowtie available at Mister Guy, Ladue, 314.692.2003.

[4] Private Stock bow tie available at Woody’s, Frontenac, 314.569.3272.

[5] Hanauer bow tie available at Mister Guy, Ladue,314.692.2003.

[6] Hanauer bow tie available at Mister Guy, Ladue, 314.692.2003.

[7] Carrot & Gibbs bow tie available at Woody’s, Frontenac, 314.569.3272.

 

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Photo credit: Carmen Troesser

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