Also known as the thistle shape, this is the most common bow tie style. Around two inches in height, it is well suited for almost all occasions and face shapes.
Best suited for formal occasions, the big butterfly bow tie is typically three inches or more in height and goes well when paired with a tuxedo.
Also known as a straight or slim bow tie, this style is less formal than a butterfly. It is less than two inches in height.
Perhaps the most stylish of all bow ties, the diamond point has pointed ends that lend it the shape of a diamond, instead of flat ones like the other styles.
As the name suggests, this style comprises rounded ends instead of flat ones.
Written By : Neehar Mishra