Our Customer Care team answers a lot of questions, but there’s one they hear more frequently than most: “What’s your most popular suit and tuxedo?”
If wearing a bow tie leaves you with more knots in your stomach than around your neck, you’re not alone. There’s so much to consider when choosing the right bow tie—shape, color, tie fabric—and that’s to say nothing of overcoming an irrational fear of tying the damn thing. But your decision doesn’t have to be that complicated.
Tying a bow tie is admittedly hard, but comedian and consummate gentleman Paul F. Tompkins has just made one of the most helpful bow tie tutorials we’ve encountered.
A lot goes into the perfect suit: fabric, lapel style, buttons—just, a lot. But before it can reach its full potential, your suit has to fit. Whether you need to overhaul an off-the-rack jacket or you’re just dialing in the fit of your rental tux pants, that probably means visiting a tailor.
Welcome to Wing Tips, our simple solutions to common style questions, and relief for the minor pain points of getting ready.
Like a very personal, awkward reality show, you’ve narrowed your best friends down to a group of five (or so) to be your groomsmen. The hardest part is over, but you still need to figure out what groomsmen attire they’ll wear for your wedding.
If you’re anything like us, you’ve been learning how to tie a bow tie on-again/off-again for at least 5 years. That’s not because it’s really that difficult—you probably just don’t wear a bow tie very often. Or maybe when you have, it’s been pre-tied.