The origin of the bow tie

The bow tie originated in the 17th century European wartime Croatian mercenaries who used scarves around their necks to fix their neckline, a method that was gradually adopted by French society

Bow ties precede the fashion industry, and bow ties are more prevalent in 18th century and 19th century. Honoréde Balzac, a famous French writer, wrote a book about a bow tie.

By the end of the 19th century, the end of the bow tie had grown longer, gradually turning into a tie, and the bow tie had gradually ceased to be fashionable, and only the architects ' community had continued to wear it as an important part of the architect's uniform.

Although ties are common in today's society, bow ties are being paid attention to in business meetings, grand occasions and even at home. Some people wear a bow tie to attend a relaxing dinner, cocktail party or evening event. Traditionally, the bow tie is still used as a matching tuxedo, which is considered the only Orthodox neckline.

In the formal occasion of the dinner (black tie), need to wear a bow tie, but not necessarily dark. In popular culture, cravat is sometimes regarded as a symbol of connotation, such as the novel and the spy James Bond in the film. On the other hand, bow ties are also common in clown costumes. Some people think that bow ties are not fashionable or eccentric.