Square End of Self-Tie BowTie is one of the shapes popularized mainly in the Europe and America in the late nineteenth century. The same as the design of the eyeglass frame, the impression will look different even if the bowtie end-width changes only 0.5 cm. We propose Square End 2.5cm, 4cm and 5cm width type.
Square End 2.5cm width
The narrow Square End design can be confirmed with photographs of the formal style of the American gentleman between the 1880 and 1890's. Also since around the 1930's it gained popularity with the nickname of Club-Bow and they seem to have mainly been Pre-Tied BowTie. Recently, in the movie "Harry Potter series | Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them", the hero tied a similar bowtie, and it was appealing stylish and smart neck fashion.
Square End 4cm width
This is a typical silhouette commonly seen in Self-Tie BowTie since the late nineteenth century. The texture of wing-parts with moderate spreading makes us feel the image of the gentleman over 100 years ago. Combination with suit of our generation is a creative style.
Square End 5cm width
This type has elements of Cravat and Stock-Tie around the 1850s which is the ancestor of bow ties. It is masculine, has breadth and thickness, and is characterized by being able to express rugged knots. In order to tie a wide bow tie, higher skill is necessary.