How To Wear It: Let’s be honest, this tie deserves a little (well, a lot) of the spotlight. Give it the attention it deserves by pairing it with basics, like a solid light blue shirt and navy suit.
Canoe Checks Bow Tie. How to wear it: Complete the look with a navy jacket, cuffed selvedge denim and gray chukka boots.
When it comes to dressing for that gig you want, accessories can speak just as loud as words (trust us). Instate your confidence with a flannel plaid bow tie—perfect for the office and the season. For an additional pop of color, pull on a pair of teal polka dot socks. Before you hit the streets, wrap up in a wool scarf (you’ll probably need it).
How to wear it: Finish off with a soft-shoulder jacket or, for a change of pace, a black biker jacket.
Gray ties. Snap out of your post-holiday haze and dress for that promotion you want. Easily upgrade your office look with gray ties (think wool suiting in a sophisticated plaid). Not a necktie guy? A gray bow tie will do just fine.
In the market for a sophisticated style to add to your collection? We suggest our Central Glen Plaid tie (pictured).
Refinado Dots Reversible Bow Tie. How to wear it: Add a checked shirt and navy jacket to complete the look.
Once you’ve bid the hot, sticky summer adieu, there’s nothing better than rushing out the door to meet a brisk morning (confirming once and for all that fall’s here). And with cooler temperatures comes a shift in the way you dress. Follow along as we highlight three (of the many) ways we’re throwing on the layers this season.