Rodolfo Ramirez and Andrew Cheung sought to create a lifestyle brand beyond clothing. Despite their lack of formal training, the duo’s ideas and dreams were realized in 2011 with the creation of Pocket Square Clothing. Currently featuring a collection of handcrafted bow ties, skinny neckties and pocket squares, the brand is a reflection of the ideals behind the Urban Gentleman. Lets take a look at some of our favorite designs.
As you can figure, we here at Webster Style really love our bow ties. We have had the pleasure of spotlighting many quality designers over the past year. Here are a few of our favorite bow tie designers from 2013.
We had the pleasure of sampling some of QP Collections’ bow ties during out 30 days with Tie Society. We were very impressed with the quality and over all of their designs. One of our favorites was the Yellow Check Reversible bow tie.
Ella Bing is bringing a whole new connotation to the term getting a woody with their unique collection of wooden bow tie. While distinctively known for their wooden creations, our favorite design is their Ellis Marshal Flannel Purple bow tie.
In between her time working for the mouse, proprietor Laura Garrett continues to create some wonderful designs featuring really unique patterns. One of our favorite designs is the reversible Navy inspired bow tie.
Offering a full collection of men’s accessories including a standout line of lapel pins, King Kravate’s bow ties are on par with some of the best around. One of our favorite designs is the orange floral tie called On Fire.