It’s easy to re-create men’s 1920s fashion with these classic pattern ties inspired by vintage neckties and bow ties of the 1920s. Bold stripes, polka dots, small repeating patterns, and paisley prints were the most popular on 1920s bowties and ties. Skinny knit ties were also common, especially among the working class. Scarf ties were an early ’20s neckwear style that certainly made a statement. Gatsby was fond of bright colors and you should be, too — even colors that clash by today’s taste would have been in vogue in the Art Deco era.
Tie jewelry such as ’20s tie pins and tie bars kept neckties in their place and wealthy gentlemen looking smart. Add a coordinating pocket square and a striped dress shirt to complete your 1920s attire.
Learn about 1920s men’s tie history here.