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The width of your bowtie should not overcome the width of your face and it definitely should not be bigger than the width of your neck.
The basic rule of wearing a bow tie is to sync the colors with that of your outfit. The first one is the obvious truth that your bowtie should not be so bright that it would distract people from your face. It should only emphasize your style, not overshadow your outlook. They can be dark and muted or a bit on a fancy note as the occasion demands.
Your pocket squares don’t have to be left solely for when you break out the blazer. They are much more versatile; anything with a breast pocket is a target.
From shirts to denim jackets, waistcoats and even your overcoats can all be brought up a style notch with a bit of pocket decoration. The trick is to simply be wise with your choice of fold.
The tie bar rule is simple: It goes between the third and fourth buttons of your dress shirt.
Bow Tie Tip
Bow and Pocket Square Tip
Pocket Square Tip
Tie Bar Pin