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De­signer Gau­tam Gupta says that polka dots, an­i­mal prints, ge­o­met­ri­cal pat­terns and even eth­nic mo­tifs (such as pais­leys) are just some of the few el­e­ments be­ing used to add zing to this ac­ces­sory. As a re­sult, the bow tie is no longer meant only for for­mal oc­ca­sions, or for only men for that mat­ter. “This trend is re­ally pick­ing up. Not only men but women, too, are adopt­ing it in a big way. In fact, women can also play a lit­tle more with the pat­terns, tex­tures and colours of the bow tie as com­pared to their male coun­ter­parts. The ex­per­i­men­tal at­ti­tude of to­day’s gen­er­a­tion has opened up new av­enues for the bow tie,” says Gupta.

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