May 09, 2018 2 min read 3 Comments
What does wood remind you of? The furniture in your house, the pages in your notebook and/or construction material? Wood has been looked at as a building material from time immemorial.
At the Woodgeek Store, we're continuously trying to challenge this notion and create unique cool things out of wood.
A shirt paired with a denim jacket and bow tie, shorts worn with a bow tie, a quirky shirt with an even quirkier bow tie and shirt dresses paired with bow ties. There are no rules to wearing a bow tie anymore!
Celebrities like Justin Timberlake, Emma Stone, Rihanna, Kanye West and Johnny Depp have incorporated the bow tie in their unique styles. Even actors in TV shows like Mad Men, Gossip Girls, Doctor Who and Glee helped bring the humble bow tie to the fashion forefront. Fashion blogs around the world are suggesting different ways of wearing a bow tie.
Bow ties have become so popular that they are everywhere now - only in different prints and fabrics. The Woodgeek Store understands that bow ties are not a mere fad but a statement piece that has stood the test of time. So we've taken this cool accessory and revamped it with wood to help you make a statement.
Our wooden bow ties are handcrafted in two different styles from zebrawood, walnut, ebony, birch, and rosewood.
You will get to choose 3 to 5 fabrics from a plethora of fabrics to go with your wood bow tie.
The fabrics for the wooden bow tie will have a velcro so that you can interchange the fabrics easily. The wood bow tie will also have an elastic band, making it easy to wear. The best part? The wood bow ties can be engraved with your name or initials.
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