The Gentleman’s Accessory

A wise man once said that bow ties are cool.  However, it can be difficult trying to stand out from the crowd of college professors and TV personalities.  The solution: use materials beyond mere fabrics and buy these wood ties.

They come in a variety of colors and designs, and make a great gift for anyone who doesn’t know how to tie a bow tie, or is a hipster.

Source: CRNCHY


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17 Responses to The Gentleman’s Accessory

  1. catweazle says:

    Are bowties the new mustaches?

  2. I hate bow ties. YEAH, I SAID IT.

    • collin0truckasaurus says:

      I agree. sometimes they look like they’re “on purpose” which is fine (tuxedos mostly), but the rest of the time I instantly start making fun of whomever is wearing one. It happens a lot in the south, especially at football games for some reason?

    • mydumbopiniongoeshere says:

      The internet is currently obsessed with the Fedora Problem, but I think bowties are actually an even more reliable indicator of questionable personality traits (?uestlove notwithstanding.)

      • And it’s a shame because actual fedoras–as opposed to trilbys (trilbies? not sure about the plural), which are what most dudebros are actually wearing–look super foxy on the right man,* but there’s really no way for a guy to wear one now without looking either douchey or like he’s in costume.

        *that man is Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones.

    • I like them when they are used appropriatly

  3. Sota says:

    Also a good gift for a fashionable woodchuck who likes to bring a snack with him when he is out at business meetings.

  4. Casey says:

    I would give Idris Elba a hall pass on wearing one of those, but that’s about it.

  5. These wood tie bros advertise on an NBA podcast I listen to. Not sure how the demos overlap.

  6. pickpocket says:

    I think it’s nice that this company is clothing idiots with flotation devices

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