Bows are an iconic and timeless fashion accent.

They never go out of style and are a pattern you see repeated in clothing, jewelry and accessories. The only time that bows faded from view for a time, was during the Art Deco period, when graphic shapes and angular edges were all the rage. Prior to that, bows were even present in men’s fashion throughout the Victorian and Edwardian periods bows were the foundation for a cameo brooch and for men, worn as bow ties but worn in a more flamboyant manner than they are today. In the 1940s the bow was ever present in jewelry and worn in the hair.

Our luxurious bows edit features gorgeous pieces from vintage through new.

Left to right, top to bottom:

80’s Chanel 9 Feet+ Faux Baroque Pearl Strand w/Satin Bow, Gianvito Rossi Kyoto bow pumps; Prada logo bow pumps; Cellino White Diamond Bow Yellow Gold Brooch; Chanel – strass and pearl drop earrings; TIFFANY & CO. Onyx & Diamond ‘Bow’ Brooch ; Lanvin bow cuff bracelet; Casadei Blade bow-embellished pumps; Manolo Blahnik Serba Velvet-Bow Suede Pump; Leather ballet flats CHANEL; Gucci Faux-pearl and feline-embellished bow earrings; Manolo Blahnik Copena Kitten-Heel Satin Bow Mule; Salvatore Ferragamo Vara Leather Bag

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