Happy National Bow Tie Day you #menswear fans!
The bow tie has had its highs and lows lately, from connoisseurs clamoring for ties designed by an 11-year-old Memphis boy to Justin Bieber getting into a fight over an H&M bow tie. And of course Modern Family star Jessie Tyler Ferguson is attaching the bow tie trend to a good cause with his Tie The Knot campaign, which benefits marriage equality.
The point is, the classic bow tie isn’t going anywhere: NewNowNext is here to help you update your neckwear drawer with bold prints, patterns and styles to take you from summer to fall. These ties work for the office, in the cocktail hour, at a formal affair and even that Labor Day barbecue.
Check Out The Hottest Styles For National Bow Tie Day
Tie The Knot
Made of 100% silk, “The Soho” stands out with a whimsical pattern in navy and white. ($25)
JTF’s signature pattern for his Tie The Knot foundation is this cute little owl pattern that’ll have people asking “’Who’ are you wearing?”. ($25)
Like all Everett ties, the Italian-wool Afosa is handmade in New York—the basic grey is perfect to go from day to night. ($48)
The Avery bow tie is made of Italian cotton and offers a wide paisley pattern. ($48)
A little party never killed nobody: This pre-tied butterfly bow not only saves you time, but gives you that Great Gatsby classiness without much fuss. ($60)
Embody the timeless preppy look with BB#5 Repp Bow Tie. ($55)
Knitted bow ties are on trend, and Lanvin’s Italian-made blue silk bow will put your collection on point ($140)
Always a statement maker, McQueen’s skull tie gives a rebellious streak to the classic accessory ($170)
Camel is the perfect color for fall: Accent a camel shirt or slacks with this maroon number, offering shades of brown, olive and blue ($95)
Britney Spears likes lace and leather, but this lace-and-silk offering from English brand Marwood is more our style ($190)
Florals for fall? Test the waters with this berry-and-purple bow. You’re sure to get noticed ($49)