Call it nostalgic neckwear if you must, but any way you twist it, bow ties are back.
Sales of the ties, dismissed for years as a quirky accessory for your crusty old chemistry professor or oddball uncle, are up. Even as sales of traditional ties are down, the popularity of classic fashion looks is driving the re-emergence of bow ties into the mainstream.
As bow ties made their appearance in pop culture in recent years, showing up everywhere from television to NBA locker rooms (LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Dwight Howard have all shown an affinity for bow ties).
In order to jump on this bandwagon you must first learn how to tie one. You can learn how to do here.