Bow Ties by Color

Bow Ties by Color

One of the best ways to navigate your bow tie shopping experience is to search by color. Here at Fly Guy Bow Tie, we’ve organized our bow ties in accordance with their various shades. Our site is a destination for guys looking to up their style game. Sound familiar? Well, good. Not only have we categorized the bow ties by color, but on each page you’ll find style advice so you can feel confident about your fashion choices as seasons change and your wardrobe advances.

A good way to think about your different options is to consider the temperature of our bow tie colors. That’s right–colors have temperatures, metaphorically speaking. Warm colors include those you’d see in a sunset, or a fire: yellow, orange, and red. These colors are perfect for spicing up your outfit in the colder seasons, or for celebrating the heat in the spring and summer. When you pair warm colors together, it’s good to allow one of them to be brighter and the other to be subdued. If you set two bold, warm colors together, they’re going to compete too much for attention and come across as clash-y rather than complementary. Cool colors include shades you see in the winter: blues, greens, and bluish purples. Cool colors complement each other fairly well, but they can also add dynamic range to warmer colors, as you’ll read about in each of our color pages.

Another way to divide up the colors is to think about boldness and neutrality. Neutral colors include white, black, brown, tan, khaki, camel, and gray. These colors usually look really good against each other, but they also help to stabilize or subdue bolder and brighter colors, like reds or intense blues. Neutral colors are perfect for the workplace and other conservative environments, and bright colors bring all the fun to more celebratory events. However, as you continue to try new and interesting color pairings, you’ll become more confident in stretching the limits of traditional fashion practices.

We hope you enjoy browsing the different colors of bow ties that we offer. As you click through our wide selection, prioritize those ties that you see yourself wearing with clothes you already own. While it’s always fun to branch out, you’re most likely to utilize accessories that complement clothes you’re familiar with wearing. Really think about scenarios in which a certain bow tie will be acceptable–that’s the most cost effective way to shop, and we want you to feel absolutely sure that you’ve made the right decisions when it comes to selecting your next favorite bow tie!