The Two guys, Bow Ties

Hey Guys, We have to say that this has gone to be one of the coolest accessories we have spotted in a long long time. We were recently scouting the net for some cool stuff to wear and write about when we chanced upon this uber cool and interesting concept of wooden bow ties. The brand in question is Two Guys Bow Ties, launched in 2012, and the masterminds behind it are the designers Adam Teague and Tim Paslay.

People have always believed that quirky, innovative accessories are restricted to women’s wardrobes. But they are clearly mistaken. And to fill this void in men’s accessories, the designers came up with an idea of having a hand-crafted bow tie made from wood. The designer duo loves working with their hands and share a love for menswear. Their efforts and sheer creativity resulted in this product, which is not only easy to use but also carries a huge amount of distinctive style with it.

Who would have thought that wood could be a material to be used in fashion in terms of accessories and clothing but here it is. The wooden ties come in a variety of chic pieces which are specially crafted from hardwood. The materials include walnut, canary, zebrawood, bocote and more. Very cool and funky patterns are etched onto the wood to make the bow tie look even more interesting and attractive. The use of remarkable fabrics on each bow tie makes it a very enticing accessory to own. The bow ties can be made to order and also come in a limited edition range.

These bow ties have already created a raging trend amongst the dapper clientele and from the looks of it; it will continue to flourish in the fashion industry. Wonder if we’ll see wooden bow ties being incorporated into the wardrobes of stylish Indian men.

We at Urbaneye.in vote this as accessory of the season.

www.woodenbowties.com

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