bolo tie


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Synonyms for bolo tie

a cord fastened around the neck with an ornamental clasp and worn as a necktie

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put on their cowboy boots and bolo ties last week in honor of The Birches' third annual "Wild West Week.
Bolo ties generally have solidly bead-wrapped cords featuring alternating bands of color along their length, as shown in Fig.
Abdul-Jabbar wore a casual outfit -- navy-blue UCLA polo shirt and jeans -- while Wooden looked dapper, as usual, in a navy-blue suit with his customary bolo tie.
He wore a braided bolo tie under his gown to honor his Native American roots.
A graduating Maryland senior was recently denied the right to participate in the graduation ceremonies because he wore a bolo tie underneath his robe, instead of a "proper" tie.
Autographed memorabilia from the new series and a custom cowboy hat, boots and bolo tie
The first few chapters discuss the history of New Mexico, New Mexico today (including a note about the construction of Spaceport America near Upham, NM), and state facts, including the state fossil, the state bolo tie, and the state aircraft (the hot air balloon).
In "Fiesta at Santa Fe," amid a throng of people, a man in a hat and bolo tie leans over to hear his companion, who is pointing to an object in the background.
He looked dapper in a navy blue jacket, Bruins blue shirt and a bolo tie, given to him by an Indian Tribe he visited in North Dakota recently.
There is also advice on less common neckwear, such as the ascot and the bolo tie.
He was described at 5 feet, 7 inches tall, and bald, possibly wearing a cap and a bolo tie.
An oversize button makes a classy choker pin or snappy bolo tie.
Try a white T-shirt and a denim jacket, accented with a bandanna scarf tied around your neck or a bolo tie left over from the '80s.
But designers also have plucked duck, ostrich and peacock feathers to wear as ruffs and cuffs, to spiff up hats and tiaras, and dangle on the ends of leather cords wrapped around the neck like a bolo tie.
Nick Duncan of Newbury Park won a first-place prize for his bolo tie, fashioned with stone inlay into the form of a duck.