Monday, December 19, 2016

Formal accessories from House of Fraser

Who doesn't like to don some swanky clothes and look a million dollars? I'm no different and after some time tucked up in the wardrobe the old tuxedo has seen quite a bit of action this year in between very posh birthday parties and an assortment of award dinners (we didn't win sadly). One thing that strikes me every time I come to dust off the tux is that some gremlin has eaten my bow tie and every airing inevitably requires me to buy another bow tie! Step forward House of Fraser, who with their rather large collection of bow ties can always be relied upon to bail me out.

While you will see a few pictures of yours truly looking rather dapper (even if I do say so myself) I'm also going to pick out a few favourites from the House of Fraser range to suit all budgets.

Formal accessories from House of Fraser
So, which bow ties stand out and appeal to me? Read on.....
Formal accessories from House of Fraser
First up is the Skopes Silk Bow Tie at £12.95. While I'm completely useless at tying my own bow tie (I usually opt for one with a clasp to avoid frustration) it's something I have always wanted to master and this baby looks fantastic.

Second up is the Alexandre of England Pre-Tied Bow Tie at £28 (reduced from £35), guaranteed to stop you tearing your hair out in frustration!

Thirdly if you want to push the boat out and go for something extra nice we have Hugo Boss which at £59 is more than double the price of other Bow Ties but it is stunning.

Last but not least is the TM Lewin Barathea Self-Tie at £29.95.

So there you have it, a wide ranging selection of accessories for any fella who wants to impersonate James Bond or who just want to look completely on point!

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9 comments:

  1. I love that - my husband would absolutely dress up for the sole purpose of impersonating James Bond. Excellent selections.

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  2. Amazing - none of the men in my family wear a bow tie and it saddens me because I think they look fab.

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  3. I like the authentic and classic appearance of bow-ties and what a better time to rock one than the holiday season!

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  4. In the words of the Doctor, 'bow ties are cool' love yours.

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  5. You can't go wrong with a bow tie. I think for the super smart occasions they're much better than a tie x

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  6. I love a bow tie rather than a tie. I think it looks so smart!

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  7. You can't go wrong with a bow tie! Always think of the Doctor now when i hear about bow ties haha

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  8. I like a men in a bow tie, there is something special about it...

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  9. I remember seeing one of these pics on Instagram Steve. You look really dapper :)

    Louise

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