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Synonyms for bow tie

a man's tie that ties in a bow

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The business started simply from my own desire to wear pocket squares and bow ties," he told ECHO Business.
Subfusc is defined by the university as a dark suit with dark socks, dark skirt with black tights or stockings or dark trousers with dark socks, a dark coat if required, black shoes, plain white collared shirt or blouse, white bow tie, black bow tie, black full-length tie, or black ribbon.
They've built relationships with Mississippi makers and businesses, gained friends from all across the country, and have even seen ESPN sportscasters wearing their bow ties.
Matching too much: If you decide to pair a pocket square with your tie or bow tie, please make sure you don't match them too much.
The bow ties commenced after his participation in a series of group exhibitions in Germany, such as 1981's "Westkunst" and Documenta 7 and "Zeitgeist" in 1982.
Bull+Moose is more than just quality bow ties and neckties.
To confirm my position on this important matter, I have taken care never to learn how to tie a bow tie, as my wife will attest.
He was very well known for his ties and people called him the gentlemen with the bow tie.
Arthur Schlesinger, who recently died, wore bow ties, and he was certainly not conservative," he said.
DOCTORS will be told to wear BOW TIES to beat the spread of hospital superbugs.
Throughout are images of little boys in bow ties and tiny girls in Easter hats, families massed for a reunion portrait, sisters getting the Holy Ghost at a tent revival and Langston Hughes at his typewriter.
He says the best advice he ever got about being on television came from Larry King, and it had nothing to do with bow ties.
BOW TIES will be worn by many of the mourners at the funeral of well-known city journalist Barrie Clark, who spent 36 years working for the Evening Telegraph and the Coventry Citizen.
How fitting that at a Tallahassee Bar Association farewell roast for Major Harding there would be a playful smattering of bow ties bobbing on the necks of lawyers and judges in honor of the bow-tie-wearing retiring justice.
The boys played wearing pink bow ties, sipped champagne at half-time, won, and were crowned champions of France.