The Best Southern Bow Tie Makers on National Bow Tie Day

August 28, 2014 | By | Comments (8)

We had so much fun with our first-ever National Bow Tie Day #putabowtieonit challenge. Later tonight we reveal our nominees for the winner, but first let’s take a look at some of our go-to Southern (and some honorary Southern) bow tie brands and how they got in on the #putabowtieonit fun.

Mo’s Bows: Dapper and playful ties handmade by 12-year-old (yes, 12!) in Memphis, Tennessee.

Photo @mosbowsmemphis via Instagram

Photo @mosbowsmemphis via Instagram

Brier & Moss: Georgia-based collection known for its Southern Stripes collection and designed by two Southern gents.

Photo @brierandmoss on Instagram

Photo @brierandmoss via Instagram

Brackish Bow Ties: Feather bow ties made using handpicked rooster, pheasant, turkey, and peacock feathers found around Charleston, South Carolina.

Photo @brackishbowties via Instagram

Photo @brackishbowties via Instagram

Alton Brown: You might know this Georgia boy for his work in the world of food, but lately we’ve been crushing on his bow collection with Hook + Albert.

Photo @altonbrown via Instagram

Photo @altonbrown via Instagram

High Cotton Ties: North Carolina-based tie makers with a cult following for its wide-array of ties and pocket squares, as well as polos and headbands.

Photo @highcottonties via Instagram

Photo @highcottonties via Instagram

Southern Proper: The Atlanta brand was our partner-in-crime in this little #putabowtie on it endeavor. They also have some of the most creative and fun bow tie prints around.

Photo @southernproper via Instagram

Photo @southernproper via Instagram

Cordial Churchman: Made-to-order ties hand stitched in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

Photo @cordialchurchmn on Instagram

Photo @cordialchurchmn via Instagram

Belles of Cotton: North Carolina mother-daughter duo sewing up whimsical ties for men and pups. Plus, cute skirts for gals to boot!

Photo @elsebethcrawford via Instagram

Photo @elsebethcrawford via Instagram

Social Primer: Charleston-based men’s style purveyor with a flair for the dashing and fashionable.

Photo @socialprimer via Instagram

Photo @socialprimer via Instagram

South Sail: Because girls need bows too!

Photo @southsail via Instagram

Photo @southsail via Instagram

Did we miss your favorite bow tie designer? Tell us about it in the comments. 

COMMENTS

  1. Brazette Carlos

    This couple needs to be added to your collection of bow tie makers! An awesome couple with a beautiful product!

    September 26, 2016 at 4:27 pm
  2. Elisa

    Social Primer is THE bow tie here in Charleston. K Cooper Ray has a knack for capturing the southern gentleman… Love his designs!

    November 11, 2014 at 3:24 pm
  3. Lisa Roberts

    just as Kimberly answered I didnt know that some people can earn $8465 in four weeks on the internet . pop over to this website………… http://cli.gs/kp3h57b

    September 5, 2014 at 5:16 pm
  4. martha robeyja

    Q

    August 30, 2014 at 11:13 pm
  5. Kat Armstrong

    My company, Baby Bow Tie. http://www.babybowtie.com

    August 29, 2014 at 8:16 pm
  6. Greg P

    I have several Collared Greens ties I wear every day. Great product from a company based in the South!

    August 29, 2014 at 12:28 pm
  7. Beverly Broyles

    Love the beautiful work from the Belles of Cotton. And what a beautiful model!

    August 29, 2014 at 11:28 am
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