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How To Pull Off Every Style And Design Of Bow Tie

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Bow ties are a staple in fashion. That being said, classical fashion can often come across dull and benign, but it does not have have to be like that! Matching the bow tie color and design to a relevant shirt can be hard. Luckily for you, we have our resident fashion expert Gath, to guide us through how to rock every style and design of bowtie.

Bow ties are cool.

– Doctor Who (Matt Smith)

Fashion Expert: Gath D’Silva | Twitter

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About: Gath has contributed towards fashion as a writer and fashion editor as well as a stylist and fashion designer currently with The Jacket Maker – an outerwear brand catering to custom and ready to wear pieces accessible to everyone.

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#1 Black Bow Tie

What colour(s) should you wear with this?

White, gray, red.

What should you NOT wear with this?

Yellow, orange, brown.

What do you think would go well with this piece?

First off; it's important to note that wearing printed shirts vs self-coloured shirts with a bow-tie changes your look totally. For a formal traditional look, a white shirt, gray pant combo works well. Though for a smart-casual or semi-formal look (think artsy-retro) a printed shirt in a gray and white or red and white stripe would look really good along with a black or gray trouser.

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