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BOTAIL IS A PATENT PRODUCT SINCE 2021.

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ABOUT BOTAIL

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Botail Neckwear's are the epitome of sophistication, craftsmanship, and style. Each tie is meticulously crafted by the renowned designer, Jeffrey D. Short, who is known for his impeccable attention to detail and unique vision in the world of fashion.

The Botail collection is a true testament to Jeffrey’s artistry. These ties boast a seamless blend of classic designs and contemporary flair, making them the perfect accessory for any occasion. Whether you’re attending a formal event or adding a touch of luxury to your everyday attire, Botail Neckwear will effortlessly elevate your style to new heights.

A Botail Neckwear is a type of Necktie that features a distinctive wide and short shape. It is characterized by a rounded bottom and a wider knot. The name “Botail” is derived from a combination of the words “Bow” and “tail,” referencing the mix of a bowtie and a regular necktie. The Botail Neckwear is a fashionable accessory that adds a unique touch to formal or Semi-formal attire. 

What sets Botail Neckwear's apart is the exquisite fabric selection. Each tie is made from the finest quality silk, ensuring a lustrous and silky-smooth feel. The attention to detail extends to modern geometric designs. With Botail Neckwear's, you’ll always make a striking impression.

In terms of versatility, Botail Neckwear's are second to none. The range encompasses a multitude of colors, allowing you to effortlessly match them with your existing wardrobe. Whether you prefer bold and vibrant shades or understated elegance, there’s a Botail Neckwear that will perfectly complement your personal style.

 ABOUT JEFFREY D. SHORT

I was born in Meridian, Mississippi on October 24, 1961, as the fifth child of eight. I started drawing at the age of nine and at the age of 14, I was recruited by an art school in Minneapolis. It was the same school that Charles M. Schulz, the cartoonist for the Peanuts comic strip, attended.  My parents denied me the opportunity of attending this art school due to the distance. I graduated from West Kember High School in 1980. During that time, I was also offered an art scholarship at Scuba Junior College in Mississippi, but I declined that opportunity and joined the Navy. I became an Electrical Mechanical Equipment Repairman Engineer. I traveled to many countries around the world, like the Philippines, China, Japan, Thailand, Singapore, Korea, and Australia.  While traveling these countries, I started designing my own clothes, having them made in the Philippines and Hong Kong at the age of 20.  About 40 years later, I designed the Botail Neckwear, a uniquely made hybrid bowtie and necktie image together as one complete tie.  After I made it, I named it Botail.

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