We, humans, tend to categorize our outlooks, “adjectify” them for simplicity and to know what to wear and when. We want to look classy at times, perhaps formal in a meeting, but classy and formal at a friend’s wedding. Maybe professional for an interview, but bold and professional for a headshot. Our desire to look a certain way drives the fashion industry, and the think-tanks want to come up with new adjectives, and new categories all the time.
Today, let’s discuss bowties. Is there something to discuss? Well, we all know what bowties are, we have a million Youtube tutorials on wearing bowties, and none of us is really interested in the history. We are interested in how do bowties look, and what adjectives to use with them — where to categorize them on the fashion spectrum of 2022.
Asking these questions is easy, answering them is philosophically difficult — as variables like geographical region, your peers, and what the industry top one percent are wearing. That’s all hard to keep track of, that’s why we all like it when something old… is simply reinvented.
The Reinvention — Feather Bowties
Bowties have been a part of the classy, formal, professional, stylish adjective list, but now they sometimes seem redundant in settings where you want to make a statement, look formal, yet stylish.
Sure, you wouldn’t want to wear a feather bowtie for an interview — but you can surely wear one to your friend’s wedding; or your own. The notion that it is a modern re-invention of an all-time-loved fashion accessory makes it more interesting, but that’s not all. Here are some major reasons why feather bowties are making a statement, and you should get one.
Standing out is good, but wearing a red fedora would make you stand out. You want to go for exclusive, you want to reach the unique of stylish. Feather bowties make that happen. In a…