Two Guys Bow Ties' Dapper Wooden Accessories for Grooms

Thursday, May 9 2013
A groomsman is made even more dashing by donning a wooden statement bow tie.

For grooms, accessorizing is crucial. Though the standard three-piece suit or is an eternal classic, it leaves little room for personal style--a necessity for Oregon weddings. Budding Oklahoma accessory line Two Guys Bow Ties is the latest menswear line to realize the ever-growing demand for styles which allow grooms to blend personality into the details. Two Guys Bow Ties constructs dapper wooden bow ties with intricate fabric details, forged in polished wood sourced from all reaches of the globe. Designers Adam Teague and Tim Paslay welcome custom design requests in order to foster a completely personalized wedding experience.

Fabric choices range from simple cotton to sleek leather varieties, and available designs include herringbone, seersucker, and houndstooth, among others. A wide array of exotic-sounding wood names like Canary, Wenge, Zebrawood, Bocote, and Padauk Wood are fashioned into gorgeous tones of burgundy and honey. Soon, the brand plans to release a new collection of ties made exclusively with upcycled wood from abandoned buildings.

Two Guys Bow Ties’ designs are a charming complement to any unique Portland wedding. More relaxed summer groom styles, like a linen suit or rolled-up sleeves under suspenders, will appear more polished when pared with the crisp style statement of a wooden bow tie. Prices start at $45, although the company offers special wedding discounts.

 Wooden bow tie

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red wooden bow tie

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groomsman with bouquet

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grey fabric wooden bow tie

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