Forever Bow

Forever Bow

In the entire history of fashion, considering multiple dimensions such as aesthetics, utility, vitality... it's hard to find another item that can rival the bow.

It's never the protagonist, but its significance is paramount. For centuries, it has been consistently used, loved, and creatively interpreted.

In the Middle Ages, during the Battle of Paratteinet initiated by King Louis XIV of France, the bowtie style was discovered as soldiers used scarves to secure their shirts. Louis XIV added embroidered lace, giving birth to the prototype of the bow.
In the 17th century, with the prevalence of Baroque style, Western nobility began embellishing clothing and jewelry with handcrafted lace ribbons, bringing the bow element into the spotlight.
By the flourishing 18th-century Rococo era, the exquisite combination of bows and lace became a symbol of status and fashion. In historical portraits, the pioneer of Rococo style, Madame Pompadour, wore elaborate dresses adorned with pink bows, showcasing the "golden age" of bows in the 18th century.
The inspiration for Soft Cobble's New Rococo Solid Bow Hair Tie comes directly from this rich history. Crafted from high-quality 19mm natural mulberry silk, this delicate accessory is three-dimensional and generously made, with each bowtie being meticulously hand-sealed. The color options are understated and elegant, tailored to complement your daily attire. The silk-wrapped elastic band gently secures your hair, caring for each strand.
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