We always knew bow-ties to be one of the coolest accessories for men. But in this age of gender equality and unisex fashion, what's stopping women to don a few of 'em too?
My earliest memories of wearing a tie is associated with the quintessential school uniform - the checkered pinafore with a white shirt inside and the small red tie still stirs up fond memories when I spot girls on the road wearing the outfit that I used to happily flaunt everyday all those years ago!
So, needless to say, when the Indian Bow Tie Company, in association with Thinkquisitive, sent over this quirky wooden moustache-shaped beauty, I couldn't help but style a back-to-school look around it.
The Indian Bow Tie Company is known for their dedicated approach to reviving the art of wearing bow-ties and as with all fun accessories, fashionable men & women have been seen lending their stylish twist to these bow-ties. As a contemporary take on the ubiquitous neck accessory, Indian Bow Tie Company, has also introduced funky wooden versions of the fabric bow-ties - in fun shapes like the trending handlebar moustache - that can amp up your cool quotient in a jiffy!
So, out came the white shirt and the pinafore-ish dress, on went the belt, the quirky pineapple print gave company to the funky bow-tie and my favourite metallic slip-ons finished the preppy-meets-quirky-meets-schoolgirl look!
|The two fun pieces of awesomeness that just got added to my wardrobe!|
[Wooden bow-tie: c/o Indian Bow Tie Company | White boxy shirt: Forever 21 | Pineapple print dress: Forever 21, gifted | Belt: Westside | Watch: Giordano, gifted | Gold quilted slip-ons: Max Fashion]
Photography by: Sayantani Saha
You can follow Indian Bow Tie Company on their FB page for more fun updates on their quirky bow-ties!!!
Would you try a back-to-school look this summer? let me know!
Till next time, drink lots of water to beat the heat guys!!!
Note: Thinkquisitive is an online collaboration portal that strives to bring brands and bloggers together by sparking off communication between the two channels.
, by Anupriya DG