Fit To Be Tied

Neckwear for the stylish groom

From Jay Gatsby to Harry Crane, it's the most dapper men who don bow ties. And even if your groom to-be lacks a daily affinity for this choice of neckwear, what better time than your wedding for him to look utterly dashing? Whether for a white tie ball or a low country oyster roast, the groom and his best men will look every bit a gentleman in any of these options.  And for further wardrobe advice, be sure to check out our Pumped Up Kicks story from the new issue for a selection of lace-ups and loafers perfect for pairing with any of these bow ties. 

Print Master (top to bottom): Southern Proper woven bowtie pattern, green, $60, Fairclough & Co. (704) 331-0001; Olly Oxen North Carolina bow tie, $55, (919) 886-6396; R. Hanauer horse shoes bow tie, $65, Fairclough & Co. (704) 331-0001; Social Primer reversible bow tie, $65, Brooks Brothers (704) 554-7031

Solid Effort (top to bottom): Chambray bow tie, $69.50, J. Press; Satin bow tie, $55, J. Crew (704) 365-9355; R. Hanauer Coral Derwin Repp bow tie, $60, Faircloth & Co. (704) 331-0001; Solid satin bow tie, $55, J. Crew (704) 365-9355

Do The Polka (top to bottom): High Cotton dot bow tie, $50, J. Talbert, Ltd. (704) 782-0602; Silk bow tie in pin dot, $55, J. Crew (704) 365-9355; R. Hanauer Manmouth bow tie, $60, Fairclough & Co. (704) 331-0001; R. Hanauer Vero dots bow tie, $70, Fairclough & Co. (704) 331-0001


Categories: Bride + Groom