Poirot tie, called Bolo Tie or Bola Tie in English, originated in the western United States and is an American-style metal pendant.
"Bola" refers to the throwing rope. Shepherd boys in South America use it to stumble animals' feet and catch them. In the 1940s, silversmiths in Arizona, USA, got inspiration from this prop and made a rope tie fixed with a buckle. This is the ancestor of the "bola tie". The birthplace of Poirot tie in Arizona, in order to promote Poirot tie, Poirot tie was designated as the "Arizona Statutory Tie" in 1973, and an organization called Poirot Tie Association was even established.
Bolo Tie is an American-style buckle and chain ornament, which can be matched with shirts and suits like a tie. It can be used for formal or casual wear. The style is casual and exquisite. It is unisex and is more and more popular in the international fashion industry. The more popular. Especially suitable for the following occasions: