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"The Bow" - Silvia Gonzalez Scarlett

The bow tie, also called humita , bun, or bow tie is a male fashion accessory commonly used with formal attire, like tuxedo / suit . It consists of a strip of cloth tied around the neck in a symmetrical manner so that the opposite ends are two loops
Castilian language designations

Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay: bow, bow.
Chile: humita (Quechua "huminta" (wrapped).
Colombia: bowtie.
Spain: bow tie, bow tie, tie tuxedo.
Mexico: bow tie.
Panama: Tie kitten.
Peru: michi.

The bow tie was born among Croatian mercenaries during the Prussian wars of the seventeenth century: the Croats used a scarf around the neck to link the opening of their shirts. This method was soon adopted by the upper classes in France, which pioneered always impose fashions, and lasted throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Cravat was called, a term possibly from Croatia, from where tie. The famous French writer Honoré de Balzac even wrote a book on the subject.
tie the knot or loop can be: Préat. or bow tie.
If you choose a bow tie to bind oneself, usually there are two forms available:
bat's wing, which has two symmetrical ends as two oars.
thistle, sometimes known as the butterfly.
What Mr. Zavatarelli preferred model?

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