Selecting a Proper Black Bow Tie for Formal Events

In the yester years, to be specific the sixties to mid-seventies, black bow tie was common for semi-formal functions. Ironically, since the mid-eighties to date, the same tie has changed to being worn in formal occasions. Due to the popularity in use, you need to be well aware of how to select a proper black bow tie.

1. Choosing the right style of neck wear

In the modern days, fashion designers insist on the need for a person to wear a black bow tie with the right neck ware. This means that, if you are a little stout, choose neck wear that will not suffocate you. You should also choose black plain bow ties that are small in size. This way, the size of your neck and head is not exaggerated by the accessory.

If you have a slimmer body size, you do not need to be very categorical on the size of the tie. If you have a small bodice, – head, you can choose a black bow tie that is slightly bigger, but not too big not to pronounce your head size.

2. Choosing the right accessories

A black bow tie goes very well with formal events and parties. However, you may also choose to wear it in an even that is slightly informal. With the casual look, you will need to accessorize carefully not to end up looking out of place. For instance, you can wear shiny cufflinks to create a shiny ambiance.The perfect choices include emerald and diamond cufflinks. Please note if your watch does not match your overall attire, leave it behind. The whole idea here is to accessorize your black bow tie to look elegant and sophisticated.

To complete a black bow tie look, ensure you wear a black shoe. Black bow ties coordinate your attire and achieve a perfect look for the day. For more information find here.

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