Some articles on bow tie wearers, bow tie, tie, bow ties, ties:
... “ "To its devotees the bow tie suggests iconoclasm of an Old World sort, a fusty adherence to a contrarian point of view ... The bow tie hints at intellectualism, real or feigned, and sometimes suggests technical acumen, perhaps because it is so hard to tie ... Bow ties are worn by magicians, country doctors, lawyers and professors and by people hoping to look like the above ...
... up with trouser braces that jangle and squeak as she walks and a shirt with a large red joke bow tie — and set off across the river ... Several other chefs and waiters in tuxedos and bow ties grab Esme and try to keep her out ... Seeing this, she climbs to the top of the balcony and ties the elastic braces from the costume to a streamer from the chandelier ...
Famous quotes containing the words bow and/or tie:
“The bow is bent and drawn; make from the shaft.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“Not because Socrates has said it, but because it is really in my nature, and perhaps a little more than it should be, I look upon all humans as my fellow-citizens, and would embrace a Pole as I would a Frenchman, subordinating this national tie to the common and universal one.”
—Michel de Montaigne (15331592)