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Pre-tied bowtie Oblique-end

作り結び蝶ネクタイ オブリークエンド形

Drop-bow-knot oblique-end,ドロップボウノット オブリークエンド

歴史・流行 --------

ドロップボウノット オブリークエンド形は、「手結び蝶ネクタイ」のオブリークエンド(斜め端)を、「垂らし結び」で結んだ状態を模した「作り結び蝶ネクタイ」の形で、剣先が2本とも雫のように垂れ下がっています。









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■End-shape category




  Pre-tied bowtie

















 縦 12~12.5cm

 横 11cm

Historical record, Fashion ------
The "Drop-bow-knot oblique-end" is the shape of a pre-tied bow tie that imitates a the "Oblique-end" of the self-tie bow tie tied with a "drop-bow-knot",and both of its tips of tie hang down like drops.

In the history of neckwear as a whole, it can be confirmed that the oblique-end shape was often used for the gorgeous neck ribbons of European and American women, especially in the Victorian era (1837-1901). It is unknown when it was made in the shape of a bow tie. 
In Japan, from the 1980s, the tendency to adopt blazers for student uniforms spread nationwide. Along with that, the "drop-bow-knot"  pre-tied bow tie was very often adopted as neckwear for girls' school uniforms and is still popular today. In Japan, these are sometimes simply called "School ribbon".
The drop-bow-knot  bow ties have not only oblique-end, but also pointed-end. Together with the "Small-short-lavalliere" bow tie, they are now used in Japanese as a uniform for female office workers and girl students.
By the way, the word "ribbon" originally meant a band-shaped decorative string. Since it is often used as a material for neckwear, it is thought that many people began to refer to neckties, bow ties, scarves tied with bows, etc. as ribbons in a broader sense.

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