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Show Your S.F. Pride With This Snazzy New Bow Tie Line!

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    If you ask us, every guy and gal needs to own one statement-making accessory that flips any ‘fit from snoozy to snazzy in a millisecond. And lucky for us, there’s a new kid on the block that aims to outfit us in timeless — but still captivating — adornments. Tasty Ties is a new design venture from Jen Hartford that crafts unique, S.F.-centric bow ties (each one is named and made for a different hood) for style-savvy, dapper men. Plus, borrowed-from-the-boys is pretty much a mainstay now, so even the girls will love these cheeky pieces.

    “The goal of this collection was to put a bow tie on the personalities that define the neighborhoods of San Francisco,” says Hartford. “And I can’t help but be proud. To give each S.F. neighborhood a bow tie was simply seeping from my bow-tie-obsessive soul.” Can’t wait to get your paws on one of these sophisticated styles? We're right there with you! But, in the meantime let's take a glance through the lookbook and please spill: Which Tasty Tie would you rock?

    Photo: Courtesy of Tasty Ties

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