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Bow Tie Aficionado - The Blog

The Bow Tie Aficionado site is for bow tie fans.

According to the New York Times, “A list of bow tie devotees reads like a Who’s Who of rugged individualists.” Some prominent, influential, and powerful men are members of this select fellowship. They include:
  • British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill
  • Doctor Who (as portrayed by Matt Smith and Patrick Troughton)
  • Bill Nye the Science Guy
  • US Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens
  • and other notable dudes
While sporting bow ties intimidates many men, just putting one on is half the battle. All it takes is a willingness to stand out, which in many cases is a good thing.
This site aims to promote the virtues of this neckwear by increasing existing fans’ appreciation while encouraging others to join the fold.
Feel free to say “Howdy!” by shooting an e-mail through the Contact page.

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