Rumba and Salsa Bow Tie
Dressing up in your most spicy attire to experience the night scene is a must! But one can only experience authentic rumba and salsa in Cuba!
Originally, the term rumba was used as a synonym for "party" in northern Cuba, and by the late 19th century it was used to denote the complex of secular music styles known as Cuban rumba-developed by Afro-Cubans. In the 1970s, with the emergence of salsa ( a combination of Son cubanoas) a popular music and dance genre with rhythmic elements of Cuban rumba became popular.
All bow ties are made as ordered which means that pattern placement may vary slightly from the pictured item. Also, some hues may vary based on computer screen/resolution. We only use high quality 100% cotton and pay much attention to quality and detail in the sewing of our items.
Fabric + Care:
- 100% African Wax Cotton
- Made with love
- Dry clean
- Made in Oakland, CA
- Freestyle bow tie
- Neck size 12-18 inches
- Packaged in a satin varnished pillow box that has a matte luxurious finish
- Comes with "how to tie" instructions.