A bow adds just the right dash of color, as well as the right dash of attitude, to a colorful non-basic dress shirt.
Ashland, PA (PRWEB) June 02, 2011
President of Gitman Bros., John Minahan, has just announced the relaunch of the bow tie portion of company website: http://www.Gitman.com. With an already extensive variety of neckwear available, the release of a fine bow tie collection was the next natural step.
As of recent years, the bow tie has been seen just about everywhere from the red carpet, to the Board room, to city streets. The bow tie has become a staple item for young fashionable men aiming for that simple vintage look with a timeless impression. Wearing a vividly colored bow tie is the perfect way to splash some color into any look and Gitman’s new collection has an array of colors and designs to suit any occasion.
"We haven't seen as much business in the bowtie arena in thirty years" Minahan says, “with the clean basic approaches to suiting favored by the younger male, the shirt and tie become the platform of self expression."
Gitman’s new collection offers a variety of colors, from more neutrals like khaki and navy to bright pinks and yellows. No longer limited to silk jacquard, the new Gitman collection offers exciting new textiles including linen, cotton, and linen-cotton blends, as well as heritage cloths like silk repp stripes. Along with an assortment of colors and fabrics, Gitman’s bow ties are also available in a number of different patterns. The collection is aimed at the new modern bow tie customer, yet has its roots in ageless, classic origins. This reflects a well known Gitman strength of injecting classic and vintage designs into the modern aesthetic.
John Minahan states, "A bow adds just the right dash of color, as well as the right dash of attitude, to a colorful non-basic dress shirt." At Gitman, the balance between current trends and ageless style is apparent in each of their pieces of apparel.
Gitman clothing is manufactured entirely within the United States, and strives to encapsulate the classic, all-American style.