Used to be a beautiful scarf from The Hill-Side. Now, its a beautiful bow tie. Until The Hill-Side starts making bow ties, I'm sure they won't object to your buying their scarves and having The Cordial Churchman convert them.
Went out to my buddy's family farm in McConnels, SC today with another good friend. Had bacon and peanut butter paninis and talked about the beauty of polycultures.
There was something enjoyable about walking around avoiding animal dung in my Weejuns. I narrowly avoided having January 2nd's bow tie ingested by the lovely beast in the foreground. (They both also made a pass at my Kent Wang pocket square, which Ellie gave me for Christmas last year.) Today's bow is available in our store, but is utterly gone--poof--forever, once it's sold. But you won't be nearly so sad as I will be to see this once-worn linenesque cotton beauty go.
Plans to give away all the proceeds are coming together nicely. We are excited to tell you more once everything's in place.
Happy bow tying.
EDIT: How could I have forgotten to post the photo of the peanut butter & bacon panini? Thanks, Erin from A Low Country Wedding for reminding me of the glory that was that sandwich!
Really enjoying this project. Love the bowties.
love that tie…and bacon and peanut butter paninis sound ridiculous!
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