Tulsa-based Two Guys' Bow Ties gets Esquire plug
BY BRAVETTA HASSELL World Scene Writer
Wednesday, January 09, 2013
1/09/13 at 3:01 AM
Check out Esquire magazine’s interview with Adam Teague.
Original Print Headline: Two Guys' Bow Ties gets Esquire plug
Find in this month's Esquire magazine Tulsa's own Two Guys' Bow Ties, launched in 2012 by two Tulsa guys - Adam Teague and Tim Paslay. The magazine lists Two Guys' staple product - the bow tie - as one of 50 things no man should be without this year.
The reason? These aren't your or your grandfather's silk bow ties. They're made with exotic pieces of hardwood. Yes, wood.
"The creative bow ties are something that any man who appreciates good artisan value and style should have," Esquire's feature says.
In coming up with the idea of wooden bow ties, Teague, called Adam T, tells the lifestyle magazine that he and his business partner have always been drawn to pushing the envelope and creating unique wooden pieces.
Two Guys' Bow Ties, a business run by Tulsans Adam Teague and Tim Paslay, is featured in Esquire magazine. Courtesy