How to Wear a Bowtie with a Wing Tip Collar?

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It can be confusing when wearing a bow-tie with wing tip collar points. The correct way to wear this combination is to place the bow-tie below the wing tips. Many tuck them behind but this is incorrect.
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Wing tip collars are not a popular choice anymore because the bow tie never seems to fit right. You should stick with a more traditional tuxedo shirt.
To wear a bowtie with a wing tip collar, you want to pick the correct shirt, color and all. Make sure it fits you correctly. Then, put your bowtie on. You could wear cuff links, studs, and make sure the shirt is pressed.
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1. Wear a wing collar shirt with a bow tie. Tuck the collar behind the bow tie or position the collar in a way such that it faces out over the bow tie. 2. Pair a wing collar shirt
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As others have said, wing collars are usually reserved for more formal occasions. However, they could also be worn without a tie in semi formal situations. --That Cheeky Lad
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Click on the link, on the left hand side, select 'MEN' and choose collar tips, there's lots there. And no they're just triangles you put at the collar of your shirts to make them
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