satin lapel. However, you could opt for a shawl lapel
instead of going for a classic notch lapel, which is
simplicity and sophistication at its best.
sheen and is still sharp as a razor, then your second
option would be the grosgrain bow tie. Traditionally the
grosgrain bowtie is worn to match the jackets lapel's
however, this bowtie would pair nicely with your
smoking jacket or classical tux suit.
as the pattern adorn your attire with an element of
sophistication and wits. The white floral pattern pairs
effortlessly with your shirt and Swan pocket square,
the subtle sheen against the intricate texture will give
you a distinctive flair. This bow tie will go with most
satin lapel jackets.
appeal. Depending on how the light set upon the material,
will reveal it's lustre brushed texture. This would be a
complementary piece to pair with your silk or velvet
celebratory atmosphere, whilst enjoying your favourite
whisky or beverage of your choice. This classical bow
tie will give you the aura of 'devil may care' with a
difference. The white pin spots make it easy to wear
with conservative panache.