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Tasty Ties Wows Us Yet Again With Its New, Buzzy Collection!

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    Let’s be real — the bow tie renaissance isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. Tossing one on instantly catapults a savvy, sartorial creation to next-level luxe, for guys and gals alike. So, naturally, we’re huge fans of local accessories line Tasty Ties’ gorgeous, out-of-the-box and oh-so-dapper designs. If you recall, the last collection was centered on different ties for a slew of S.F. hoods, but this time the company is mixing it up — literally.

    Artisanal cocktails inspire the latest Tasty Ties installment and the snaps and bow ties are as equally yummy as the beverages. “There is nothing quite like sipping a delicious cocktail on a bone-chilling winter's eve. So, I thought what better way to paint this scene than to design custom bow ties to pair with classic cocktails from my favorite San Francisco watering holes,” says designer Jen Hartford. “To my excitement, these bars even offered to sponsor each bow tie by providing their cocktail recipes to be shipped with each.” We’ll toast to that! See the intoxicating pics and pieces after the jump.

    Photo: Courtesy of Tasty Ties/Matt Hartz

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