Some of The Cordial Churchman’s customers are prefer traditional, understated bow ties, if there is such a thing. You’re already wearing a piece of fabric wrapped around your neck, tied—yes—into the shape of a bow. Sometimes that’s enough.
But sometimes you figure that since you’re already doing all of that, you might as well go all out. When this jolt of confidence and impulse toward sartorial abandon strikes, you need to have one of The Cordial Churchman’s one-of-a-kind reversible bow ties ready to rock.
Ellie has taken some quirky patterns and tamed them a bit by pairing them with classic patterns in complementary colors. As you can see, there are a number of ways to twist and turn a reversible bow tie.
Hot Air Balloons and Stripes
French Horns and Tartan Plaid
Charcoal Grills and Geometry
Donkeys and Stripes
Chicks, Flowers and Stripes
Bugs and Stripes (for one of you pediatricians, perhaps?)
These are heading to the STORE next week, but they are available to you, loyal blog readers, immediately. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and snatch up the one you want. There’s only one of each. No pussyfooting. Then again, the kind of gentleman who wears a bow tie like this is not likely to be the pussyfooting sort.
You can now follow The Cordial Churchman on Twitter!
We’ll be tweeting about new items as they become available on the store. When The Cordial Churchman gets some complimentary ‘press,’ we’ll pass such links on to you. From time to time there’ll be exclusive Twitter contests, drawings, and other concise marketing ploys–er…um…–opportunities to experience cordial community with fellow rockers of the bow tie.
This is the point at which we’re supposed to say something like “see you in the Twittersphere.” But since that sounds silly, we shall refrain.
Edited – Many thanks to Eric for the awesome bow tied twitterbird!
I thought this was a pretty cool video. Here’s a couple who started making their own jeans out of their apartment just up in Raleigh, NC. I really resonate with their story.
This is great! One of my favorite singer/songwriters and a good friend of mine, Hannah Miller, has made a music video with lots of Cordial Churchman Bow ties in it! You can even see my husband…the Cordial Churchman himself rollerskating by at about the 41 second mark.
If you like Hannah Miller, then support her by buying her music on itunes or bandcamp (I hear it’s cheaper on bandcamp).
James Miller is wearing the Thomas Wool bow tie in the classic 2 3/8″ butterfly style.