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TFH Campaign

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Greetings, Panachers! I’ve been away too long. Yes; I know. I’ve been consumed with my bow ties–designing and bringing them to life. To add, I’ve been organizing this The Female Haberdasher Bow Tie Campaign. I’m raising $1000 for manufacturing, marketing and advertising. I’m taking my neckwear business to a new level of success. And I need your love and support as I continue this journey.

To add, TFH was placed in a boutique about a month ago, Dupp & Swat of Charlotte, NC. I’m so excited that people can now experience my bow ties in person. This has been my motivation to strive to get these bow ties in as many boutiques and department stores as possible.

I know you’re ever so curious about my love life. It’s been all over the place. Lol. It’s hard to maintain any kind of constant when you’re moving and shaking all the time. But I’m going to get it right one day. You just wait.

Furthermore, my life, more stories, and pictures are to come … I’ll keep you posted and will begin to post more often.

Thanks for your patience and your invested interest in Nikkipanache! Xo Soon!

Hope you had a Happy Valentine’s!

On Twitter & IG @Nikkipanache

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Winter Bow Tie | 2nd Day of Christmas Special

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Last week, here in Charlotte, we experienced 70-degree weather. Though I’m dreaming of a white Christmas, I know we, Charlotteans, won’t be getting snow any time soon. Continue reading

The Southern Gent Bow Tie| 1st Day of Christmas Special

The Southern Gent Bow Tie

 

Sweet Tea. Honey. Lemonade. Vintage wear and patio living. These are a few images that come to mind as I pour all over The Southern Gent. As you can tell from The Modern Outdoorsman, I’m truly inspired by my southern -sphere and enjoy some elements of country! And this beautiful bow tie striped in navy, rose, cream, and green says, “C’mon ovah and have a look.” Here’s the first of twelve limited-edition bow ties for TFH 12 Days of Christmas!

Well, whadd’ya think? Lend me your feedback on the comments section below. And if you have inquiries, please direct them to my mailbox– nikki@nikkipanache.com. I can’t wait to reveal the others.

“This oughta be fun.”

 

 Photo, copy, and video credits: Nikki Panache Inc.

@FemaleHaberdash Presents the 12/12/12 Bow Tie Deal

Candy Stripe Bow TieThe Female Haberdasher celebrates 12 Days of Christmas with 12 limited-edition bow ties starting today, the 12th and ending 24th of December.

Each day, for 12 days, The Female Haberdasher will present a handmade bow tie for men/women on this blog, twitter, and on TFH Bow Tie shop. In these posts, expect videos, tutorials, neat banners, pictures and more surrounding the “limited-edition bow tie of the day.” And the BEST thing about these bow ties are … oh you just gotta watch the video to find out. 

By the way, this candy stripe bow tie to the left isn’t one of them. However, if you’re interested in owning this item, you may email me: nikki@nikkipanache.com.

 

Bow Tie Thursday | Meet The Modern Outdoorsman

This week, I, The Female Haberdasher created–The Modern Outdoorsman–a bow tie made of herringbone, tweed and duck fabrics. So proud of its look and feel, I just had to share.

You might ask, “What makes The Modern Outdoorsman so special?”

Well here are THREE reasons as to why The Modern Outdoorsman is so darn special!

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The Bow Tie Shop by The Female Haberdasher

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Morning, my people. I have great news. I’ve recently opened my online etsy bow tie shop labeled The Bow Tie Shop by The Female Haberdasher and wanted to share such a milestone with my lovely followers.

For the past few months, I’ve been designing bow ties that have a certain avant-garde flair. And they’re becoming an IT item for bow tie connoisseurs who follow me on social media outlets, from CLT to NY, CA, and across seas.

All the bow ties that I–The Female Haberdasher— design are handmade out of handpicked fabrics including that of cotton, silk, polyester and more. I shop local for my fabrics, so they’re one-of-kind and difficult to find.

I–The Female Haberdasher–will continue to add more styles each week. So there’s something cool and new that should keep you talking and coming back for more.

Well, without further adieu, here’s the link to my online shop. There’s a reserved spot for custom bow ties if you’re looking for something a bit more individualized.

You may also use Request button found in the left margin for other bow tie design requests.

Want to share the link? Copy and paste it. Your love and support is always greatly appreciated. http://etsy.com/shop/thefemalehaberdasher

Xo, PanachERS. Enjoy The Female Haberdasher online bow tie shop!

Churchy Neckwear

Hi, readers!! Here’s another bow tie from one of my client’s collection. It’s a beautiful, bespoke black and gold bow tie.

This bow tie is perfect for work as it can be paired with an all black suit and or black collar shirt.

It’s Sunday, so this would’ve been perfect for the pew and pulpit. “Churchhhh!”

Whatever you’re into, however you wear your bow tie, BoldTies bow ties are suitable for most settings due to its versatility.

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For more information on how you can get your very own bespoke bow tie from BoldTies, email me at nikki@nikkipanache.com

Pulled Together with a Maize Belt–Street Etiquette in Layers

I’ve been checking out this blog for quite sometime to see what all Joshua and Travis have to say about menswear, from the urban perspective. Here, layering is put to great use for the colder seasons. I especially enjoy the usage of a cardigan, buttoned or not, casual use of a skinny tie, and the upgrade of a collegiate jacket. Everything is modernized with a nostalgic addition, a solid pair of shoes (no kicks), and pulled together with the same maize belt. Ah-ha, did you see that? There’s much to say about these men and style. Check out the pics a little further.

Street Etiquette is ranked ‘Best Men’s Style Blog’ by the Guardian UK and selected ’40 bloggers who really count’ by the London Times.

 

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