Sunday, February 25, 2018

ON TREND - How to Make a Fashion Statement with Why Knot Ties


My partner is a stylish man, we are polar opposites when it comes to fashion, my dress sense is between casual and block colours with a loose correlation to Beatnik style. which is more or less black, black and more black. I like to rotate my clothes and dress myself without thinking. He sits on the opposite spectrum - bold colours, statement patterns and designs.

He likes to look dapper with a twist... you know, the vintage 60s style with a splash of hip hop and a lot of colours. Sometimes it's difficult to coordinate what to wear and you just want a small, simple yet bold statement.

And the solution? A signature bow tie.



BLUE ON BLUE/ BLUE ON BLACK
- 90's RETRO BOW TIE 

This is the ultimate retro look, we all know that what's old becomes new in a matter of time when it comes to fashion. Despite the race towards 2020, 90s is back! Here my partner paired this adorable bow tie with a lighter blue shirt and white buttons. Why Knot bow ties are made from polyester with high quality print to ensure longevity. The neck bands are adjustable and you won't need another pair of hands due to the easy-to-use clip. I absolutely adore this look, 90s Retro Bow Tie is one of my favourites as well as one of Why Knot's best seller!

These are also gender neutral so my partner and I can co-share bow ties!




PINK ON BLUE  - THE BALLOON DOG BOW TIE

If you are looking for a contrast, try pink on blue. The Balloon Dog Bow Tie is an auspicious piece, after looking through all the bow ties, this one really called out to us. This funky, yet unique bow tie is inspired by The Royal Melbourne Show (synonymous to Sydney's Royal Easter Show) it's the perfect party tie.

This is just a sneak peak of what's available from Why Knot, pop over to their website to check out their other carefully curated, one of a kind bow ties. You can also receive a generous 25% discount if you sign up to Why Knot's website.

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