Bow Ties of the Plaid variety - Although the word plaid has its origins in Scotland (from the Gaelic plaide meaning "blanket" or "mantle") and originally referred to lengths of wool woven there for everyday use, plaid now refers to almost any criss-cross pattern of colors in any kind of fabric. You may be familiar with traditional tartans and cheerful madras, but there are plenty of other plaids, as well. Always in style, a plaid bow tie will never be out of place.
Prefer neckties? All of our Plaid bow tie fabrics are available as neckties, as well.